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Student Reporting Labs STEM Lesson Plan: Climate Change, Salmon and NOAA

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In this PBS Student Reporting Labs video, Oregon teens consult government agencies on the consequences of unchecked human actions on the natural environment. Students are exposed to the work of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the research and resources they provide. Continue reading

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A new underwater vista requires art lovers to take a dive

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Visitors must don scuba gear in order to explore a new art gallery located 90 feet below the surface. The exhibit is made up of 12 photo illustrations mounted on the sunken remains of a WWII-era ship in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. Continue reading

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Censorship still apparent as Cuba forges place in the art world

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As the U.S. and Cuba restore diplomatic ties, artists in Cuba continue to face censorship by a socialist government. Continue reading

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Rising Up: the Talladega murals – Lesson Plan and Digital Student Guide

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On a moonless night in July 1839, several enslaved Africans unshackled themselves and crept up to the deck of La Amistad where they attacked and…read more

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Photos capture collision of military and civilian life

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Photographer Jennifer Karady captures the intersection of civilian and military worlds in the lives of returning veterans. Continue reading

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