What to teach this month
Watch this inspiring video of Jane Goodall's journey from childhood to world-renowned ethologist and UN Messenger of Peace.
NASA is working actively to break down the barriers for women to work within the agency in both science and engineering.
Students learn to make connections between the systems of the human body and common microbes that live in and on humans.
Students learn about how communities prevent and contain outbreaks of infectious diseases.
Use this infographic to teach students about five major infectious agents.
Astrophysist Munazza Alam is on the hunt for an Earth-twin, a planet with conditions similar enough to ours that it may even contain life. In this video, she looks well beyond our solar system.
On March 3, 1913, thousands of people marched from the Capitol in Washington, D.C., to support woman suffrage in the United States.
A profile of Meave Leakey, famed paleontologist and Director of Plio-Pleistocene research for the Turkana Basin Institute
explorer and Young Explorer
Explorer magazine inspires young readers through authentic and engaging nonfiction content. Supporting national reading and science standards, this K–5/6 classroom resource is available in print and/or digital subscriptions with seven issues arriving throughout the school year.
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