Describe the growth of the human population over the past 11,700 years.
By The Learning Network
Insects are not legally protected in at least a dozen states. How much should we care?
By Natalie Proulx
In this photo-rich article, students will learn about the hidden natural treasures of wintertime. Then they will document life during the coldest season in their own communities.
By Jeremy Engle
New research suggests that awe is beneficial for our physical and mental well-being. In this lesson students will learn how to cultivate more of it.
By Kathy Curto
How do global temperatures for the last eight years compare to the mid-20th century average temperature?
A journalist tried to go plastic-free for 24 hours. How do you think this experiment would go for you?
In this lesson, students will learn about threats to animal habitats across the globe and what is being done to protect them.
NASA’s Artemis program plans to send astronauts back to the moon for the first time since 1972. Is this kind of human space exploration still necessary?
An Opinion writer argues that in the age of fentanyl, adults need to start having honest conversations with young people about drugs. Do you agree?
Make a guess and then find out the answer in this lesson.