Photograph - into the jaws of death.

   

2019-06-06
Today's News, Tomorrow's Lesson
D-Day Summary: In June 6, 1944, more than 160,000 Allied soldiers landed on five different beaches in Normandy, including Utah, Omaha, Gold, Juno and...
Students discussing public health research

      

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Students Reporting on Public Health and Sex Ed Summary: Two videos from PBS NewsHour’s Student Reporting Labs series on “Health Innovators” show how...
Children exiting the one room schoolhouse in Cody, Wyoming.

   

2019-07-02
Today's News, Tomorrow's Lesson
What's it like teaching and learning in a one room schoolhouse? The one-room schoolhouse may seem like a distant memory from U.S. history, but about...
Activist rallying a crowd protesting conditions stemming from today's border crisis

  

Today's News, Tomorrow's Lesson
Border Crisis Lesson Overview We encourage you to read through the whole lesson and complete the questions that make the most sense for you and your...
Women's soccer fans celebrate in New York

  

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Summary: U.S. Women's Soccer World Cup Win The U.S. women’s soccer team won its fourth FIFA World Cup on Sunday against the Netherlands in a 2-0...
Ami Neiberger-Miller of The Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) talks to PBS about how Memorial Day can affect families suffering from loss

   

Today's News, Tomorrow's Lesson
Coping with Loss on Memorial Day NewsHour’s Hari Sreenivasan spoke with with Ami Neiberger-Miller formely of The Tragedy Assistance Program for...

     

2019-05-30
Today's News, Tomorrow's Lesson
Mueller Update (May 30, 2019) : Take a look at the three videos below and answer the questions below to find out the latest on Special Counsel Robert...
Young DC Student Report filming for a story

   

Today's News, Tomorrow's Lesson
Directions : Watch the video montage below about NewsHour’s Student Reporting Labs (SRL) youthjournalism program and answer the discussion questions...
Civics discussion

    

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Welcome to “Super Civics 2020,” PBS NewsHour’s new series on civics, designed to help schools engage in thoughtful discussions about democracy,...
Dr. Erika Lee discuss the history of racist language in the U.S.

   

Today's News, Tomorrow's Lesson
Read the summary about racist language in U.S. History, watch the video and answer the discussion questions below. You may want to turn on the “CC” (...