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What Teachers Need to Know: The Middle East

Our new podcast helps K-12 teachers bring the modern Middle East & North Africa to their classrooms, one topic at a time. Because there’s so much more to the region than conflict.
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Straight from the Source

Primary Source is offering a new collection of 30 close-reading exercises in social studies for grades 2-5.  Capture diverse, engaging voices from history as you teach informational sources selected for appropriate levels of text complexity. 
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What's New in Children's Literature? Global & Inclusive Picture Books

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Join us as we explore new and notable picture books with an emphasis on global, multi-cultural, and inclusive perspectives.
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Literature and History of American Protest

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In this reading- and discussion-based institute, a partnership with American Studies scholar John Stauffer of Harvard University, we will examine the rhetorical, aesthetic and political dimensions of American protest literature from the American Revolution to the present.
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