Provides news articles covering topics including government, politics, social issues, culture, discoveries, inventions and more from hundreds of primary sources that enable students and teachers to explore virtually every topic or aspect of American history and culture between 1690 and 2000.
Biography In Context focuses on the challenges, motivations, successes, and failures of history’s notables. Bringing students face-to-face with their subjects via engaging videos, audio selections, and images of yesterday’s and today’s most studied figures.
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Please register here using your Concordia International School Shanghai email address: http://nytimesineducation.com/registerInvolves Twelve major areas: Business, Leadership, Economic, International Relation, Psychology, Writing & English Composition, Environmental Science, American Government, Criminal Justice, Biology, Religious Studies, Campaigns and Elections.