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Cesar Chavez was a civil rights activist and founder of the United Farm Workers Union. Today is his birthday, a day for service and learning, and a public holiday in Texas, Colorado, and California.
On March 31, 1927, Mexican American labor organizer Cesar Chavez was born in Yuma, Arizona. Today, several states recognize March 31 as Cesar Chavez Day.
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+Raul Hernandez. Nope... People would still be eating. This has to do with A cult of personality not the individual workers.... But at least you spell really well. 
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Standardized units of measurement make the exchange of commerce and scientific data easier. Did you know scientists have changed the way they defined the distance of a meter several times?

On March 30, 1791, the French Academy of Sciences defined the length of a meter.
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Yeah; Um;

Could we have an update on that number ?
Please ?
Think I need one right now!!!
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We live in the age of big data, which means maps can tell bigger, more complex stories than ever before. With these classroom-ready educational resources, your students can explore the many ways to visualize what they learn.
The activities and map tours in this collection help bring mapping content into your classroom in new and engaging ways.
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Perhaps no ancient civilization holds a stronger place in our collective memory than the Roman Empire. This collection of FREE educational content brings Roman society to life for your students. 
Explore reference content, maps, and activities about ancient Rome.
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The Roman empire seems to have started taxes 
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If you were planning a road trip in the early 1800s, you might have relied on the famous Cumberland Road. Congress authorized construction of this "gateway to the West" on March 29, 1803. Today, the road is known as Route 40, and stretches from New Jersey to Utah! 
On March 29, 1803, Congress, under President Thomas Jefferson, authorized construction of the Cumberland Road—the “National Road”—from Cumberland, Maryland, to Wheeling, West Virginia.
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+Kristen Bella Stewart​ like that, +Shaylee Call​? 
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Not all of the electricity that is generated reaches homes and businesses. Transporting it means some of it gets lost along the way. This activity gets your students to consider how electricity can be delivered more efficiently.
Students explore data from the Energy Information Administration (EIA) on electricity flows and electricity consumption in the United States. Using the data, students propose how electricity generation and use can be made more efficient.
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Natural gas, coal, biomass, nuclear, wind, hydropower, and solar… all of these options are available to generate electricity, but what is the effect of each on the environment?
Students analyze various energy sources, comparing the costs and benefits of natural gas, coal, biomass, nuclear, wind, hydropower, and solar power for generating electricity. Students use real-world data to evaluate the relative costs and benefits of using different fuel sources to generate electricity.  
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The Porpoise of Echolocation

SCIENCE Researchers have revealed how porpoises finely adjust the beams of sound they use to hunt. (BBC) Use our resources to learn more about porpoises and dolphins here. Teachers, scroll down for a quick list of key resources in our Teachers’ Toolkit.…
SCIENCE Researchers have revealed how porpoises finely adjust the beams of sound they use to hunt. (BBC) Use our resources to learn more about porpoises and dolphins here. Teachers, scroll down for...
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Yunuslari cok seviyorum hayalim onlarla yüzmek 
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Arab League to Create Joint Military Force

WORLD Leaders of the 22-nation Arab League have agreed to the principle of creating a joint Arab military force. (USA Today) Use our resources to learn more about the Arab League and other international organizations. Teachers, scroll down for a quick…
WORLD Leaders of the 22-nation Arab League have agreed to the principle of creating a joint Arab military force. (USA Today) Use our resources to learn more about the Arab League and other internat...
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+morteza mohammadi I'm not agree with you my friend because Iranian culture is very old culture more then 5000 years old. So no one can destroy to Iranian culture easily.But religious sect is mean reason of conflict with their Arab countries.Besides,Iran is an important balance factor in region.
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Many options exist for producing the energy we need. How can we know which ones are better than others? Predictive models, real-world examples, and data sets make this lesson the perfect tool for introducing your students to the serious science behind our energy choices. Thanks to The Concord Consortium for making some incredible standards-based content!
In this lesson, students explore the advantages and disadvantages of different energy sources for generating electricity. A particular focus is given to natural gas extracted from shale formations through the hydraulic fracturing process. At the end of the module, students will be able to compare the relative costs and benefits (abundance, ecological impacts, etc.) of different sources used for generating electricity.
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I've studied some books about this article and etc..and I have to say that some of the options are expensive to process.. Especially for some countries.. 
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The human brain is a complex lump of tissue, controlling our sight, hearing, movement, memory, and emotion. Most of what we do (whether we realize it or not) is possible because of our brains! Just how easy is it to trick something so powerful? Challenge your students with these short videos and games.
Educator resources on the brain, behavior, and decision making to accompany the Brain Games series from the National Geographic Channel.
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After officially changing its name from Constantinople to Istanbul on March 28, 1930, the Queen of Cities had trouble getting the rest of the world to follow along. To force the issue, the city stopped delivering mail sent to Constantinople.

On March 28, 1930, the city of Istanbul, Turkey, changed its name from Constantinople.
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