This week, we learned …
… why white school districts have so much more money.
How does the Census help inform to how schools are funded?
… climate change might make some clouds extinct. That’s right, clouds.
What do clouds have to do with weather and climate?
… creatures in the deepest, darkest part of the ocean are eating plastic.
How is plastic pollution redefining our ocean?
… the mixed emotions of hikers chasing retreating glaciers. Great read here!
… the Marshall Islands are elevating themselves.
How might sea level rise impact coastal cities closer to home.
… Native Americans are using both Western and indigenous science to prepare for climate change.
Consult our collection of resources to learn more about Native American perspectives.
… Lake Erie has the same legal rights as people.
Take a fresh look at Erie and our other freshwater favorites with the Great Lakes Literacy Principles!
… Dr. Seuss can be racist, but students keep reading him anyway.
Learn a little about Dr. Seuss’ role in WWII propaganda.
… NASA and the Navajo Nation are working together to understand the universe with both scientific and cultural knowledge.
Browse our collection of resources to better understand how Western science is recognizing indigenous knowledge.
… the world is made for men.
How are organizations adapting to the needs and responsibilities of women?