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Pokémon and privacy issues your students should know – Lesson plan

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In just a week, Pokémon Go has become a cultural sensation. As Pokémon users increase, is there a way for teachers to use the game in the classroom? Are there privacy issues that teachers and students should be aware of? Continue reading

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Why #Election2016 is confounding many voters

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For an inside view into the choice facing voters, six Northern Virginia residents shared their thoughts on the presidential election, including whether or not the U.S. will become more unified in years to come. Continue reading

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Summer academy helps refugee children prepare for life in the U.S.

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A program that helps refugee children from 29 countries acclimate to life in the United States met again this summer in New York City. Continue reading

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Jill Stein and the role of third party candidates in presidential elections

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The third party candidate Dr. Jill Stein of the Green Party says she remains the only candidate in the presidential race who is not corrupted by lobbyists’ money, corporate money or super PACs. Continue reading

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Fun facts about Clinton and Trump – Lesson Plan

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Here’s some information on where the candidates stand on the issues as well as some fun facts you probably didn’t know. Continue reading

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