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Congratulations to our 2017 class of Grosvenor Teacher Fellows!
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How much do you know about the world's reserve currencies? Take our easy (?) five-question quiz to find out. Be sure to read our cheat sheet first!
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Go Into the Okavango with an active NatGeo expedition in Africa!
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Here are 5 ways to make books with unfamiliar contexts accessible to students.
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ENVIRONMENT Peat has been used as a source of energy in Ireland for at least 1,000 years. But it may be on its way out, as the Emerald Isle turns to another energy source of which it has unlimited quantities: Wind. (The Economist) Use our study guide to…

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31 years after the worst nuclear accident in history, animals—even endangered species—are running wild in Chernobyl.
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Why is legendary biologist Tom Lovejoy full of #EarthOptimism? “Once something’s gone, it’s gone. So if it’s still around, it’s potentially conservable or fixable.”
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How did Denmark create the world’s greenest island?
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Ryan Lipford, this week’s Educator of the Week, challenged his students to create three-dimensional maps using data that interested them and household materials as cartography tools. Ryan teaches World Geography and Cultures to 7th graders and Modern…
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