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  • Civics & Citizenship

    Guest Blog: Engaging Students to Create Social Change

    March 25, 2016

    "If we want students to be engaged in issues that matter, then we have to teach them skills that make the issues accessible and provide ways to participate," says a Maryland AP Language teacher whose goal is to have her students learn to advocate for themselves and their community.

  • Historical Connections

    Women’s History Month Resources

    March 7, 2016

    Free online historical newspapers, videos and lesson plans connect the women's suffrage movement to the ongoing fight for equality.

  • Historical Connections

    Scholastic Journalism Week 2016

    February 22, 2016

    To celebrate Scholastic Journalism Week, we are highlighting influential front pages on First Amendment rights throughout the week.

  • Historical Connections

    Religious Liberty Lesson Plans for Teachers

    February 4, 2016

    "Living With Our Deepest Differences: Religious Liberty in a Pluralistic Society" is a set of lesson plans that help teachers address the principles and problems of religious liberty in a pluralistic society.

  • Historical Connections

    View Coverage of Jesse Owens’s Feats at 1936 Olympics

    January 20, 2016

    In conjunction with the release of "Race," we have pulled together nine front pages with stories about African-American track star Jesse Owens's triumphs at the 1936 Summer Olympics in Germany.


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