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Published April 8, 2013 President Obama rolled out an ambitious new scientific research initiative to study the brain last week that he hopes will bring…read more
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Minneapolis residents explain experiences with overt and systemic racism
In this NewsHour lesson, learn about the history of race relations in Minnesota and how it echoes throughout the country. Continue readingcurrent eventsEnglish & Language Artsgeorge floydGovernment & Civicslaw enforcementlesson planMinneapolisMinnesotapolice brutalityprotestsrace mattersrace relationsracismSocial Issuessocial studes
What does SpaceX and NASA’s partnership really mean?
In this NewsHour lesson, learn what the next chapter in NASA’s space program looks like. Continue readingaerospacecivil serviceElon MuskInnovation & InventionMiles O'BrienNASAprivatizationSciencespacespace explorationspace flightspace forceSpaceXSTEM
Could working from home become the new norm?
In this NewsHour lesson plan, discuss how working from home could become the new norm. Continue readingcoronaviruscovid-19current eventsEconomicseconomylesson planMaking Sen$eonline learningOSHAPaul Solmanworkplace safety
States mobilize National Guard amid protests
In this NewsHour lesson plan, discuss the ways city, state and national leaders have responded to civil unrest. Continue readingcivic participationcivil rightsDonald Trumpgeorge floydGovernment & Civicslesson planNews & Media Literacypolice brutalityprotestSocial Issuessocial mediaSocial StudiesSuper Civics 2020
Death of George Floyd sets off massive protests
In this NewsHour lesson plan, discuss the protests surrounding the killing of Minneapolis resident George Floyd. Continue readingcivil rightscurrent eventsEnglish & Language Artsgeorge floydlaw enforcementlesson planMinneapolispolice brutalityprotestSocial IssuesSocial Studies