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Digital Literacy and Computer Science
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Check out this curated collection of our favorite digital literacy and computer science lessons and class activities as a start to helping your students become global digital citizens.

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Teach Human Rights Resources
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Use this collection to teach students about a range of human rights issues. These curated activities will help students to understand better what human rights are, develop a global awareness of human rights and learn what they can do to make a difference if they find areas for improvement for others.

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Supporting Safe Schools: Resources for Gun Violence Prevention
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Find free resources for supporting safe schools for students and teachers who want to become better informed and take action against gun violence.

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Winter Holiday Activities and Resources

Find new ways to teach your students about winter season, holidays and year-end celebrations like Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and New Year’s Eve. Our collection includes K-12 activities that explore traditions and meanings from multiple perspectives, with an eye on keeping your students academically engaged when their attention might be shifting to holidays and breaks.


            Find new ways to teach your students about winter season, holidays and year-end celebrations like Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and New Year’s Eve. Our collection includes K-12 activities that explore traditions and meanings from multiple perspectives, with an eye on keeping your students academically engaged when their attention might be shifting to holidays and breaks.

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PBS NewsHour Extra December 03, 2021

Why SCOTUS May Reverse Roe v. Wade Next Year

Ask Students: Who is interviewed in this segment, and what are their backgrounds? What is the Supreme Court deciding in this case, according to the guests?

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PBS NewsHour Extra December 02, 2021

'America, I Sing You Back': A poem for the holiday

Ask Students: Who wrote this poem and why did she do so, according to the linked article? What are some of the ways Coke critiques the American experience?

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PBS NewsHour Extra December 01, 2021

Celebrating Creativity and Innovation with the Museum of Failure

Ask Students: What is the Musem of Failure, and why was it founded? What are some examples of major failures mentioned in this piece?

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