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Toxic trial evidence

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NewsHour Extra has teamed up with The Center for Investigative Reporting and the Guardian to bring their groundbreaking story about toxic waste to life in…read more

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“Inspire, Inform, Act” resources

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It’s great when students want to personally get involved and make a difference in the environment or other important issues, but sometimes they need a…read more

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Classroom resources for teaching the 2014 Winter Olympics

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The 2014 Winter Olympics are set to take place February 7 -23 in Sochi, Russia, a resort town on the edge of the Black Sea.…read more

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How New York City Can Use Lessons from Sandy to Build The City of The Future

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Background Tuesday marks the one-year anniversary of the day Superstorm Sandy hit the Eastern Seaboard, pummeling cities from North Carolina to Massachusetts. Damage from the…read more

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Neuroscience and Zombies!

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Special Note to Teachers: The content of the following lesson plans compares the “normal” brain to a “zombie” brain.  While zombies are not real, of course, there…read more

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