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Daily News Lesson: New PBS doc explores the history of Confederate statues

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Hear from a comedian and journalist about what Confederate monuments mean in one community Continue reading

What educators & school staff tried to tell you about teaching during the pandemic

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Monise L. Seward, Ed. (left), Dr. Theresa Chapple (center) and host Sari Beth Rosenberg (right) share their thoughts on what teachers and school staff’s had…read more

Daily News Lesson: Hedge fund known for slashing newsrooms buys Chicago, Baltimore, Boston papers

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The new deal with the hedge fund was met with resistance from newsroom employees as it worsens the decades’ long decline of local newspapers, signaling more trouble for local journalism. Continue reading

Educator Voices: Exploring current events through media literacy and civic action

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KQED’s Learn and NewsHour EXTRA’s Journalism in Action websites provide students with ways to explore key issues in the news through media literacy and civic…read more

Lesson plan: Insurrections in American History: 18th, 19th and 20th Centuries

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To discuss after the mob violence at the Capitol on January 6th: How are race and class connected to insurrections in the history of our country? Continue reading

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