What Did You Read in 2017?

What did Nat Geo Education readers read this year? Here are the activities, stories, pictures, and assorted oddities you pushed to the top of our charts in 2017.

This big, beautiful infographic from the Global Digital Citizen Foundation was our most popular image of the year.
Image courtesy Global Digital Citizen Foundation


This image of immigration to the U.S. in the late 19th century was our most popular map of the year.
Map by National Geographic

What Did You Read About This Year?











What would you like to learn about next year? Let us know in the comments or at education@ngs.org!

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