2,892 Miles to Go – A Geographic Walk for Justice

This post was written by educator and 2020 Education Fellow Ashley Lamb-Sinclair. Last summer, while my community of Louisville, Kentucky – and the world – took to the streets in protest of the killing of Breonna Taylor, I participated in a Healing Ceremony hosted by Black Lives Matter Louisville. My goal was to be quiet, to listen, and to respond as requested by the leaders … Continue reading 2,892 Miles to Go – A Geographic Walk for Justice

11 Things We Learned This Week

This week, we learned … … teachers work more unpaid overtime than anyone else. Tell us something we don’t know! Check out our professional development opportunities to help alleviate unpaid OT.   … the Cook Islands may literally redefine themselves. Where are the Cook Islands? Use our downloadable 1-Page Map to find these Pacific archipelagoes.   … Scandinavian Americans are tiring of lutefisk, but African … Continue reading 11 Things We Learned This Week

11 Things We Learned This Week

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 … Continue reading 11 Things We Learned This Week

11 Things We Learned This Week

This week, we learned … … an icy superhighway once carried glaciers from Namibia to Brazil. How did they drift apart?   … the Delta teacher shortage has reached crisis levels. What are trends that contribute to teacher shortages? How is National Geographic working to address them?   … for years, buckets full of uranium ore sat in a museum building at Grand Canyon National … Continue reading 11 Things We Learned This Week