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SCIENCE Who walked the roads leading to Rome? Thousands of immigrants. Some came willingly, others did not. (Christian Science Monitor) Use our resources to learn more about life in ancient Rome. Teachers, scroll down for a quick list of key resources in…
SCIENCE Who walked the roads leading to Rome? Thousands of immigrants. Some came willingly, others did not. (Christian Science Monitor) Use our resources to learn more about life in ancient Rome. T...
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TECHNOLOGY Have you ever stomped a roach, just to have it skitter away unscathed? Now scientists know how they do that, and how to put it to good use. (Nat Geo Phenomena blog) Browse through other ways scientists are studying nature for the latest…
TECHNOLOGY Have you ever stomped a roach, just to have it skitter away unscathed? Now scientists know how they do that, and how to put it to good use. (Nat Geo Phenomena blog) Browse through other ...
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No, I think they're disgusting! 
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UNITED STATES A new generation is forming its own relationship with Chinese New Year, an Asian holiday that’s in the midst of becoming an Asian American one. (Los Angeles Times) Celebrate Chinese New Year with our great new study guide! Teachers, scroll…
UNITED STATES A new generation is forming its own relationship with Chinese New Year, an Asian holiday that’s in the midst of becoming an Asian American one. (Los Angeles Times) Celebrate Chinese N...
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SCIENCE Very different languages seem to organize the world in surprisingly similar ways—scientists say the ways humans describe nature transcends culture and geography. (Quartz) How well do you know your own language? Play Word-O-Rama to find out!…
SCIENCE Very different languages seem to organize the world in surprisingly similar ways—scientists say the ways humans describe nature transcends culture and geography. (Quartz) How well do you kn...
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EDUCATION For students applying to colleges and universities, geography matters. Most public college students enroll within 50 miles of home, so location is more influential than policymakers think, a new study finds. (Inside Higher Ed) Geography matters!…
EDUCATION For students applying to colleges and universities, geography matters. Most public college students enroll within 50 miles of home, so location is more influential than policymakers think...
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The 14th Sakyadhita Conference was held in Indonesia at the Sambi Resort, located in the highlands on the outskirts of Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The tropical ambiance and spacious grounds at Sambi were an ideal setting for meditation, educational presentations, workshops, interactive discussions, and cultural exchanges. As with all Sakyadhita International Conferences, all voices were welcome; women and men, lay and ordained of all ages, nationalities, and perspectives.

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Marleen Spierings, this week’s Educator of the Week, inspires her students to be global readers by introducing them to English literature lessons and teachers from around the world. Marleen is an English teacher at Rijnlands Lyceum Oegstgeest near The…
Marleen Spierings, this week’s Educator of the Week, inspires her students to be global readers by introducing them to English literature lessons and teachers from around the world. Marleen is an E...
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SCIENCE Flights from the UK to the US could take longer due to changes in the jet stream, according to a new study. (BBC) What is a jet stream? Use our short encyclopedic entry to find out. Teachers, scroll down for a quick list of key resources in our…
SCIENCE Flights from the UK to the US could take longer due to changes in the jet stream, according to a new study. (BBC) What is a jet stream? Use our short encyclopedic entry to find out. Teacher...
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beilive in God will not continue.
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Faster, Pesticide! KILL! KILL!

ENVIRONMENT We could wipe mosquitoes off the face of the Earth. Why don’t we? (Nat Geo News) Use our resources to learn a little about a slightly less drastic alternative here. Teachers, scroll down for a quick list of key resources in our Teachers’…
ENVIRONMENT We could wipe mosquitoes off the face of the Earth. Why don’t we? (Nat Geo News) Use our resources to learn a little about a slightly less drastic alternative here. Teachers, scroll dow...
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But How to wipe them all? if they form themselves as a NATION... hmmmm
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Mardi Gras 2016 is this Tuesday—laissez les bon temps rouler! This terrific post about Mardi Gras in the U.S. was written by Rebecca Sheehan, Ph.D., back in 2009. Dr. Sheehan is an associate professor of geography at Oklahoma State University. The French…
Mardi Gras 2016 is this Tuesday—laissez les bon temps rouler! This terrific post about Mardi Gras in the U.S. was written by Rebecca Sheehan, Ph.D., back in 2009. Dr. Sheehan is an associate profes...
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Happy Birthday, Rosa Parks. Celebrate her bravery this Black History Month.
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On December 1, 1955, Rosa Parks was arrested in Montgomery, Alabama, because she refused to give up her bus seat to another passenger.
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SCIENCE Geography is destiny for space rocks. A single space rock can go from asteroid or comet to meteoroid to meteor to meteorite, depending on where it is in the solar system at the time. (Royal Observatory Greenwich) Sort out your space rocks here.…
SCIENCE Geography is destiny for space rocks. A single space rock can go from asteroid or comet to meteoroid to meteor to meteorite, depending on where it is in the solar system at the time. (Royal...
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ENVIRONMENT China has released a new draft of its wildlife conservation law, and it does little to actually promote conservation. (Nat Geo News) What is conservation, and why is it important? Read our encyclopedic entry to find out. Teachers, scroll down…
ENVIRONMENT China has released a new draft of its wildlife conservation law, and it does little to actually promote conservation. (Nat Geo News) What is conservation, and why is it important? Read ...
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If you ask me what have in planet Mars?
"Gold"Very rich Gold Stone so many material gold stone.
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