Of 194 languages remaining in North America, nearly 63 percent are spoken only by adults or elders. That’s why children's television programming is key.
When the school district pulled out, parents at a Eugene, Ore., charter school stepped in to reinvent how lunch is done.
Could smaller—and cheaper—schools produce more thoughtful, engaged, and compassionate human beings?
In this collection of watercolor illustrations, a comics artist illustrates her journey through grief after the sudden death of her first child.
For Ietef "DJ Cavem" Vita, HIP HOP is not just a form of music, it's a way of life—one he's using to teach kids about cultivating the earth and eating fresh veggies. This is Ietef's story.
The Nazca Lines of Peru inspired Oregon artist Daniel Dancer to invite an entire elementary school of students to be the beads on the headband of a 25-acre Indian head. The result was stunning and life changing. This is Daniel’s story.
What calls high school English teacher Aletha Fields to teach each and every day? Her faith, her commitment to take care of herself, and the love and appreciation from her students. This is Aletha’s story.
A typical day at Brooklyn Free School.
At "free schools," kids decide what they want to learn. Teacher Gia Rae Winsryg-Ulmer honors their right to be themselves and the independent-thinking people they are meant to be. This is Gia's Story.
This Visual Learning activity will get your students thinking about the intersection of handwriting and digital typeface, and the fate of cursive writing around the world.
Are animals capable of feeling emotions? PBS Nature shares evidence that humans are not the only ones on the planet who cares, loves, and empathizes. Meet five animal odd couples.
Read Kate's essay about lessons learned at the table.
Read Clara's essay about the benefits of family dinners - no matter what form they take.
Read Willis's essay about brotherhood forged around the dinner table.