This week, we learned …
… how to navigate like a Texan. Read of the week!
What kind of language do you use to navigate?
… Canada changed its national anthem.
Canada adopted its national anthem in 1980 (!). When did it get is iconic maple-leaf flag?
… parts of the ozone layer might not be recovering after all.
How do you talk to your students about the “ozone hole”?
… Rocky mountain forests aren’t recovering from wildfires.
Get the Wildfire 101 with our Q&A study guide.
… what screen-time experts do with their own kids.
What are some good guidelines for screen-time limits for children and teens?
… governments are already thinking about geoengineering.
With or without geoengineering, will the air be clean enough to breathe?
… linguists have discovered a previously unidentified language in Malaysia.
How might the newly identified language contribute to the language diversity index?
… there is no country on Earth that provides its citizens a good and sustainable life. Yikes.
Where are the world’s most livable cities?
… from their very beginnings, the American university system and American slavery system were intertwined.
Navigate the history of slavery in the U.S. with our great timeline.
… the American Dream is very thirsty—a fascinating profile of the biggest farmer in the nation.
Try your own hand at farming with our “Top Crop” game.