Florida unions have released a collection of voter-related materials, but curriculum addressing election recounts appears to be short supply.


California, one of the first states to adopt curricula aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards, greenlighted 29 of the 34 materials it reviewed. What do districts do next to narrow the field?


A Maryland educator has her students look at local elections through the lens of a local controversy—the opioid epidemic—and a national one, the debate over voter suppression.


In the second of a three-part series, a Syracuse teacher has students look at voter turnout data and create local voting guides for their communities.


In the kickoff of a blog series leading up to the midterm elections, Curriculum Matters explore how one teacher approached the topic of ballot initiatives.


Anti-semitism is on the rise, young people know less about the Holocaust than older adults, and only a handful of states mandate by law the teaching of the Holocaust and genocide.


The final draft, approved on a 6-4 vote, includes stronger expectations for teaching evolution and climate change.


The change would require grantees to teach about the U.S. Constitution.


At a recent appearance, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor talked about her new children's book, which describes in words and pictures how her love of reading has changed her life.


In a new free instructional game designed to build media literacy in students, young people pretend they are managing a news site and how to tell fake news from real news.


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