Our country has a long history of youth-led movements that brought about significant social change.
I became a teacher to make a difference in people’s lives. And I’ve never met another teacher who didn’t feel the same way.
It’s election season again, and with it has come encouragement and admonition from all angles to “just vote!” Celebrities, teachers and politicians—so many of them tell us to get out and vote if we
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In this post, Cleary Vaughan-Lee, Education Director for Global Oneness Project, explores the importance of studying endangered cultures in the classroom.
Teaching about 9/11 can be difficult for many reasons.
Federal Courts’ Naturalization Ceremonies are Living Civics Lessons
This is part one of a three-part series explaining how adding BAM (burning questions, authentic audiences and millennial skills) to your lesson planning will engage students in exciting ways.