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This is where I need your help. I have been asked to write an article on current events and the new media. The article is to be a guide to help teachers understand their way around the ever changing world of a partisan media. My primary research from this article will be information I collect from this blog and interviews I conduct with social studies teachers.
Citing PE Unlimited as simply “A great product”, teaching and administrative staff at Albemarle County School Division, near Charlottesville, Virginia recently signed a 2 year agreement to purchase the entire PE Unlimited program for every middle and high school in the division.
Thanks so much to all of you who have sent us emails telling us how great an experience this was for your class last year. If you weren’t able to take part in this last year – trust us, you don’t want to miss out this year. Printable Brackets Will be Available on Monday, March [...]
Did you know that much of the food you eat travels half way across the world before it ends up at your local grocery store? Each year, the average American eats about 260 pounds of imported foods. You begin by listing all of the foods you ate yesterday – and then discover where that food [...]
Click to Enlarge. Depending on what happens at the pumps for the remainder of the year, we might have our most expensive gas year ever. Certainly we all feel it in our wallets, but historically speaking – are we not par for the course? In the ’80s and ’90′s and even early 2000′s, we were [...]
Titanic search in ’85 was cover for secret Cold War subs mission Source: Times (UK) (5-25-08) The man who located the wreck of the Titanic has revealed that the discovery was a cover story to camouflage the real mission of inspecting the wrecks of two Cold War nuclear submarines. When Bob Ballard led a team [...]
China says over 70,000 dead or missing from quake Lucy Hornby, Reuters Published: Tuesday, May 20, 2008 CHENGDU, China (Reuters) – China raised the number of dead or missing from a devastating earthquake to more than 70,000 on Tuesday, as rescuers found more survivors eight days after the huge tremor hit. A government statement said [...]
Growing up in North Carolina – I couldn’t pass up this article. The history of that grand state is so full of mystery. Enjoy! There’s another dead end in the search for North Carolina’s first governor. A team of East Carolina University archaeologists wrapped up their digging for the remains of Governor Richard Caswell today. [...]
“Blogs are so last year!” -Unknown For us history enthusiasts, “so last year” seems like a compliment – wouldn’t you agree? Anyway, we plan on using this forum to help us keep you on track (and more importantly keep ourselves on track) with current products/news/events and whatever else happens to come along. We’re happy to [...]