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Howard University will offer a free, credit-bearing course in criminal justice to 100 11th and 12th graders in five underserved high schools in New York City.
The North America Scholastic Esports Federation selects group of innovators from U.S. and beyond to collaborate around new ideas in gaming in learning environments
Students can cast an unofficial vote for president and get a deep civics lesson on the process and issues affecting the 2020 campaigns.
In Chicago, students as young as elementary age learn to organize and build civic leadership skills within the district’s 200 student voice committees.
Clayton County Public Schools near Atlanta has created school-level teams to serve as SEL coaches for teachers as classes resume.
The shift to online learning did not short circuit students' ability to embark remotely on some multidisciplinary robotics missions in their Compton USD classrooms this summer.
Social-emotional learning will guide students and their teachers in having potentially controversial discussions about their experiences of COVID, the killing of George Floyd and other pressing issues.
Before Chicago Public Schools steeped itself in student voice, educators there realized their young learners had far more influence on their lives outside the classroom.
Black Lives Matter at School offers free K-12 curriculum for teachers covering racism, social justice and diversity as protests over George Floyd's death continue.
Some may grumble that encouraging activism indoctrinates students with certain political beliefs, but experts say civic engagement teaches key skills.
Report: 87% of state history standards do not mention Native American history after 1900, and 27 states make no mention of a single Native American in their K-12 curriculum.