Students need to know human geography; they need to understand the relationships that exist between cultures.
By Chris Heffernan
The most recent scores of eighth graders on national tests of U.S. history, geography and civics show students’ command of those subjects haven’t increased since the tests, part of a suite of exams known as the Nation’s Report Card, were…
By Kyla Calvert Mason
A dentist, a bus driver and a surgeon pop open a manhole cover and shimmy into the opening, abseiling into the depths of London's sewer system. They're not authorized to do this, mind you, but they're determined. You see, they,…
By Victoria Fleischer
What Does Data Reveal About the Geography of Marriage?…
Political analysis of the presidential race this year has focused on voter divisions along race and gender lines. But some analysts think that other cultural dividing lines are even more important. Three political analysts examine newly emerging voter alliances.
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