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    Women's History Month Resources

    This year marks the 100th anniversary of Congress passing a constitutional amendment to give women the right to vote. Use our free online resources to explore the history and struggles of the suffrage movement.

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    Tinker at 50: Historic Student Rights Case

    Check out our resources to mark the 1969 decision by the U.S. Supreme Court in favor of Mary Beth Tinker and two other Iowa students who had been punished for protesting the war in Vietnam.

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    50th Anniversary of MLK Assassination

    Explore our collection of newspapers, photographs and lesson plans relating to the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., the fight for social justice, and his death in 1968.

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    Encouraging Students to Think Through Life’s Gray Areas

    A summer institute alum got unexpected — and welcomed — outcomes when she created a real-life case study on shoplifting to hone her students' reading and writing skills. In this guest blog post, Shelley Sheets provides a DIY design to help you make case studies to fit your curriculum needs.

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    2017 Newseum Summer Teacher Institute

    Join NewseumED for "Truth, Lies and Consequences: Real Media Literacy for a Fake News World." This FREE three-day collaborative institute July 12-14 is for educators seeking new ways to elevate their students’ media savvy and empower their free expression. Applications are due May 7.

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