This week, we learned …
… ballerinas of color are finally getting the shoes they deserve. Read of the week!
What science guy invented a new kind of point shoe?
… not all kilograms are created equal.
This isn’t the first time an SI unit has been defined and redefined.
… the “magic work” of artificial intelligence is really the hard work of poor Kenyans.
Is AI working so we can hardly work?
… the danger of teacher nostalgia.
What are best practices from our certified educators?
… Borneo may be home to the oldest surviving drawing of an animal.
Were the first artists mostly women?
… schools aren’t using the apps they’re paying for.
Use your apps! Make an old-school lesson better with tech.
… a stellar explosion has astronomers saying ‘holy cow’!
How is the newborn “cow” different from a newborn supernova?
… the modern Memory of Mankind is being preserved in ceramic tablets.
Get some tips for teaching archaeology, conservation, and preservation your own memories of mankind with our idea set.
… schools are changing the way they teach climate science. Or don’t teach climate science.
Use our terrific lesson plan to explore climate science in class.
… the last remaining caribou in the contiguous United States are being deported to Canada.
What’s happening to Rudolph and the other reindeer?
… a big, beautiful map of Australia is returning to an English hillside.
What other antiques have been restored in Wiltshire?