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Congratulations to our 2017 class of Grosvenor Teacher Fellows!
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It’s Arab American Heritage Month! What a great excuse to meet educator Aziz Abu Sarah!
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Conakry is the 2017 World Book Capital. Celebrate by reading some Guinean and African literature!
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Kipling's "sword cut through the mountains" remains a place of conflict. #NationalPoetryMonth
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Make Earth Day last all year. In our activity, students will brainstorm ways to make small changes that have big impacts.
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Get ideas for how you can "go green" in your home, school, or community. #EarthDay
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It took architects, engineers, and city planners four years to build Brasilia.
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A deadly fungus is spreading through amphibian communities around the world. Celebrate #NationalFrogMonth, learn and #SaveTogether.
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Why do your shoelaces come untied? The brainiacs at Berkeley figured it out—and could use it to help unravel our DNA.
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Dig into the foundation of the Eternal City by analyzing how mythology shaped culture in ancient Rome. Students explain how foundation myths like “Romulus and Remus” reinforced Romans’ ideas of themselves, their origins, and their values.
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