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Our collection of K-12 classroom blended and online learning solutions for educators and students promotes critical thinking and learning around historical and current events topics through the lens of diversity, bias and social justice.
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What is an Algorithm?

Civics Lesson
High School
Students learn what algorithms are, how they work and how they impact our daily lives, and consider questions like: Is an algorithm always reliable when it predicts human behavior? Is it ethical to use an algorithm to make a critical decision about another person’s life?

Government 101: What is a Government?

Civics Lesson
High School
Understanding the concept of government is vital for understanding how the world functions. In small groups, students depict one form of government using creativity and imagination to help their classmates understand multiple forms of government.

Masks, Identity and Bias

Elementary School,
Middle School
Masks have became a part of our attire due to the global pandemic. Use this lesson to teach students the different purposes for wearing masks, how they are used to express identity and why mask wearing may be dangerous for some due to racial stereotypes and biases.

Writing a Bill

Civics Lesson
High School
Submitting a bill for consideration by the legislature involves writing, revising and sharing bills with a focus on passing them in a Senate hearing. Students brainstorm to identify changes they believe are important for improving their school community.
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