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For the first time in 34 years, this social studies teacher feels forced to not do his job when it comes to teaching the election.
If you missed our joint #Civility2016 #sschat with Facing History and Ourselves last night, no worries: You can read the whole thing here.
This blogger discusses the power of the pen to process tragic incidents, and she shares with readers her poem “(A)wake.”
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Examining “classic” literature presents the opportunity for a fascinating study in historical gender roles, but a comparison with today’s media can help students uncover shocking similarities.
When this teacher asked newly-minted sixth-graders how they want to treat themselves, others and their communities during middle school, paper airplanes made for a creative way for these students to offer answers.