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Pope Francis became the latest public figure to find himself in Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s crosshairs this week while on a trip to Mexico.
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Employers across the country are finding it difficult to hire potential job candidates who are willing and able to pass drug tests, according to a New York Times report by Jackie Calmes. Continue readingbusinesscompanydrug policydrug testingdrugsmarijuanaSocial Studiesworkplace
Where do students stand on environmental policy? In this lesson plan, have students take a…candidatesclimateclimate changeearth scienceElection 2016environmentenvironmental policyGlobal Warmingparis climate agreementScienceSocial Studiessurvey
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Donald Trump officially landed the Republican nomination when a number of North Dakota delegates pledged their support to the billionaire on Thursday.Bernie SandersCampaignDonald TrumpElection 2016Hillary Clinton
President Obama became the first sitting United States president to visit Hiroshima, Japan, seven decades after the U.S. dropped an atomic bomb on the city. Have your students learn more about this historic visit by watching videos and researching images of the Hiroshima bombing then and now. Continue readingAtomic BombBarack ObamaenglishGovernmentHiroshimaJapanlesson plannuclear weaponsPresident ObamaPrime Minister Shinzo AbeShinzo AbeSocial StudiesWorld War IIWWII