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Most states don’t allow prisoners to vote, and some even permanently disenfranchise felons after their release. Should felons have the right to vote, and at what point?
In an animated video, produced by Josh Kurtz, KQED’s The Lowdown explains the math behind credit cards debt every consumer should know.
Go behind the scenes with Olek and her large-scale crocheted artworks.
At its best, environmental education gets students grappling with big, cross-disciplinary issues like sustainable design and renewable energy. Students think critically about environmental and ecological systems; they diagnose problems, and speculate about (or maybe even create) solutions. And to that end, here are a few games to help students dive in.
Daily News Story: Start a conversation in your classroom about the political crisis unfolding in Ukraine.
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