Explore the places, events and people associated with the Lost Colony of Jamestown with this interactive timeline and map. Examine artifacts and remains excavated by archeologists and learn what conclusions can be drawn from them. Details »
Research Martin Luther King, Jr.'s opposition to the Vietnam War to determine why civil rights leaders shifted focus to the war on poverty at that time. Graph and compare poverty levels of white and black Americans against one measure of prosperity. Details »
Help your students understand the current economic crisis and how it affects them -- with standards-based lesson plans, case studies, videos, an interactive glossary and more.
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Investigate how immigration, assimilation, discrimination, prejudice and pride are all part of the history of interaction between the predominant American culture and Asian Americans.
Analyze crime statistics, juvenile justice and overcrowded prisons as you evaluate your views of the criminal justice system.