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“Inspire, Inform, Act” resources

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It’s great when students want to personally get involved and make a difference in the environment or other important issues, but sometimes they need a…read more

Classroom resources for teaching the 2014 Winter Olympics

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The 2014 Winter Olympics are set to take place February 7 -23 in Sochi, Russia, a resort town on the edge of the Black Sea.…read more

How New York City Can Use Lessons from Sandy to Build The City of The Future

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Background Tuesday marks the one-year anniversary of the day Superstorm Sandy hit the Eastern Seaboard, pummeling cities from North Carolina to Massachusetts. Damage from the…read more

Voyager Becomes First Spacecraft to Enter Interstellar Space

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NASA has announced that the Voyager 1 spacecraft, which left Earth in 1977, is now the first man-made object to ever reach interstellar space. The…read more

Tech and Privacy Advocates Clash Over Possibilities for Google Glass

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Internet giant Google’s latest venture, a computer worn over the eye like conventional glasses, is sparking debate between privacy advocates and tech champions. While the…read more

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