Living Nations, Living Wordsis the signature project of US Poet Laureate Joy Harjo, the first Native person to serve in this position. With an emphasis on poetry, and on sharing and elevating the voices of living Native poets, the project consists of a story map and a poetry collection.
Co-launched by the National Dairy Council and National Football League, Fuel Up to Play 60 brings together students, educators, NFL players, farmers, and influencers, all working to build stronger and healthier communities.
Memorizing math content as a checklist or set of skills is not how the brain actually learns. Research from the MIND Research Institute shows there is a better way. Several programs for prekindergarten through grade 8 are available for supplemental use, homeschool, and even summer school. After successful implementation, students will develop a deep conceptual understanding and be able to approach new concepts with confidence and a growth mindset. Get started today and change your math culture.
The Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, which features ten floors of Black history from the fifteenth century to the present day, has digitized some of its exhibits so that museumgoers from anywhere can experience the content.
The Asian Art Museum of San Francisco hosts the best of Asian art for use in the classroom or at home. The museum’s educational website offers 91 lessons andactivities, 326 videos, images of 257 pieces of art, and many more resources for educators and students.