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Teaching Martin Luther King Jr. and Beyond
February 2, 2021

While the stories of Black people in America should be incorporated into education year-round, there’s certainly no shame in putting an extra spotlight on the topic during February, Black History Month. For 2021’s Martin Luther King Day, the New York Times put together a helpful list of advice, articles and lesson plans that help teach […]

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Enter the World of Sports Through SoFi Stadium
February 2, 2021

SoFi Stadium, home to the Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers, is nestled in the heart of the sports and entertainment capital of the West Coast. Here, you can experience what it’s like to be a LA fan, game viewer, broadcaster, player and more, on and off the field. It’s a cultural experience that […]

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Learning Virtually with Saint Louis Science Center
January 26, 2021

If you’re looking for a fun and educational boost to your curriculum, the Saint Louis Science Center has gone digital, making all its education programs virtual for now. This is one of the top five science centers in the U.S., and they are open in-person, but if you can’t make the trip, they’ll bring the […]

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The Magic of Music in Memphis
January 26, 2021

Memphis is a magical place, full of fun and learning for students and educators alike. The Tennessee city is open for travel groups to come through and safely experience its many sights, sounds and stories. Memphis is famous for Beale Street—known for its many blues clubs and bars—as well as a long musical history, giving […]

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My Mask and Me: Tips for Selecting, Wearing and Cleaning
January 26, 2021

Mask wearing has become a staple in our everyday lives since the pandemic began. Though it’s an adjustment and different from what we’re used to, this simple practice is worth it to help keep yourself and others around you safe from a virus that doesn’t discriminate. Because the CDC recommends that people wear masks in […]

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