This week, we learned …
… why Louisiana is spending $18 million on a 10,800-square-foot model of the Mississippi. Photos of the week!
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… how the search for “hill rice” went from West Africa to the Gullah-Geechee Nation to, improbably and beautifully, a field in Trinidad. Read of the week!
Use our resources to learn more about the rich history of slave and African American contributions to American cuisine.
… the value of smarter teachers.
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… we have new protected areas in Seychelles and Chile.
Help your students create and manage their own conservation areas with our activity.
… the bittersweet history of border walls.
Courtesy of: Visual Capitalist
Use our extended lesson plan to go “beyond borders.”
… before-school exercise programs may help students thrive.
Looking for exercise programs? Here are 10 ways to take your class outside!
… seaweeds mitigate ocean acidification.
… how the brilliant history of Nubian civilization was nearly lost to colonialism, and how archaeologists are working to recover it.
… the geography of the U.S. Olympic team.
What Winter Olympic athletes are the fittest? Depends what you mean by fit.
… kissing may be influenced by geography.
Might language have been influenced by geography, too?