Classroom activities to engage students in learning about and discussing issues in the news
Collected lessons and resources for increasing knowledge and awareness during AAPI month - or any time.
May is AAPI Heritage Month. These maps, definitions, and links to additional resources provide an introduction to the AAPI community and AAPI issues.
Students listen to and reflect on a range of voices about the leaked Supreme Court draft ruling that would reverse Roe v. Wade.
Honor the planet by engaging students in our lessons on the environment and climate.
Students learn about the history and impact of Title IX and discuss the continuing struggle for gender equity in sports.
We offer guidelines and activities for discussing upsetting events (such as the Brooklyn subway shooting), and for supporting students in their aftermath.
Students discuss the historic Sandy Hook Families vs. Remington Arms lawsuit and its argument that the company marketed violence to vulnerable young men.
Judge Jackson may become the first Black woman on the Supreme Court. Students explore the confirmation process, Jackson's background, and diversity on the court.
Looking for engaging activities on amazing women and their movements? Here’s our collection!
Students reflect on global headlines about the invasion and the response to it, then hear and discuss the voices of Ukrainians.