Conduct Internet research on the topic of capital punishment, complete the You Decide Web activity and discuss how people's views on the death penalty can be challenged by an event such as the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. Details »
Explore the long wars fought between India and Pakistan regarding ownership of the territory Kashmir and consider the peace talks resuming between the leaders of both countries. Research and role-play peace negotiations regarding the conflict. 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.