This video looks at a traveling exhibit exploring the civil rights movement of the 1950s and ’60s through photographs, including some that have never been…read more
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Now that I’m 16 and a junior in high school, the prospect of college applications has created a desperate scramble to turn myself into the best candidate possible. Continue readingcollege applicationsStudent Voice
Start your class off with this fun election activity! Using PBS’ Election Central interactive map, students can test their knowledge of candidates’ policy stances by matching quotes with the candidate who they think said it. Continue readingBernie SanderscandidatesDonald TrumpElection 2016Government & CivicsHillary Clintonissuespresidential raceSocial Studies
The city of Philadelphia will consider a controversial way of funding pre-K by creating a 3 cent tax on every ounce of sugary soft drink sold in the city. Continue readingearly childhood educationEconomicseducationPhiladelphiapre-K. pre-kindergartenScienceSocial Studiessodasoda taxsugary drinks
The 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro will not be the only exciting event to watch this summer — the Democratic and Republican National Conventions will also be televised.
After the Vietnam War ended, nearly 1.5 million Vietnamese migrated to the United States in search of better lives. Today, some of the younger generation that grew up there are returning to a more prosperous Vietnam.