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Congratulations to our 2017 class of Grosvenor Teacher Fellows!
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How do you transport a 2,000-year-old #TerraCottaWarrior from China to DC? Very carefully.
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A terra-cotta army of more than 8,000 soldiers was discovered in China #OTD 1974.
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SCIENCE Scientists have studied the San people of Southern Africa for decades, intrigued by their age-old rituals and ancient genetic fingerprints. Now, after more than a century of being scrutinized by science, the San are demanding something back. The…

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Our Engineers in the Classroom collection offers hands-on activities designed for use in K-12 classrooms and informal education settings.
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Women’s History Month is a great time to learn more about hijab.
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Nanoscience made the world’s smallest map. It’s topographic. #NanoDays
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Mike Presser, this week’s Educator of the Week, inspires his students to see geography in their everyday lives and to see themselves as agents of change. Mike teaches AP human geography, world history, and U.S. history at Rancho Verde High School in…

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SCIENCE Scientists have described a remarkable collection of dinosaur tracks on beaches in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. (BBC) How do paleontologists drone for dinos in the Kimberley? Teachers, scroll down for a quick list at key resources in…

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Why did Constantinople get the works (#OTD 1930)? It’s nobody’s business but the Turks’.
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