This week, we learned …
… why people are moving to Chernobyl. Read of the week!
Who else is moving to Chernobyl?
… teachers feel misunderstood, unheard, and disrespected.
We recognize the contributions teachers make every week!
… the U.S. is enduring worsening geographic inequality.
Find three ways to help your students combat inequality.
… the most important science policy in every state.
What were candidates’ views on science during the 2016 election?
… it will take at least three million years for animals to recover from human impact.
Use our activity to guide a student-led brainstorm on how people directly and indirectly affect animals and plants.
… moons can have moons, and they are called moonmoons. Or moonitos. Or submoons.
… how a school in Syria is helping students traumatized by war.
What trauma are students in Syria and Syrian refugee camps dealing with?
… the abc’s of AI.
A new grant from National Geographic and Microsoft will support research and scientific discovery with AI technologies to advance agriculture, biodiversity conservation, climate change and water.
… grazing sheep are baaaa-d news for fish.
Learn more about unexpected “trophic cascades” in a different ecosystem.
… how Native Californians are practicing indigenous forestry management.
How are other indigenous peoples using traditional land use methods to adapt to climate change?
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This comment is in reference to your Dia De Muertos post from a year or two ago. I couldn’t find a “comment” section on that post.
So. In Spanish the correct way to say Day of the Dead is “Dia De Muertos”. “muertos” means “the dead” so when one translates from English to Spanish the tendency is to say, “Dia de los Muertos” essentially saying, Day of the the dead.”