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APP: Engaging Congress via Indiana University

The Center on Representative Government at Indiana University has launched an interactive game that explores the workings of American gover…

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AWARD: Law-Related Education Teacher of the Year Awards

American Lawyers Alliance (ALA) Law-Related Education Teacher of the Year Awards honor secondary teachers who make significant contributio…

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VIDEO: Should We Get Free Money From the Government? PBS Above the Noise Episode

Free money is great, right? But what if it means raising taxes and cutting social welfare programs? Check out this video all about the univ…

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VIDEO: The Math Behind the NYT Election Needle

The Election Needle is Back. Meet One of Its Creators. pic.twitter.com/BwygaUw9PM — Aqua News (@AquaNewsAlert) November 5, 2018

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RESEARCH: Complicating the Narratives - My Vote for Best & Most Useful Long Read of 2018!

I've had the good fortune of taking a class in Peter Coleman's Advanced Consortium on Cooperation, Conflict and Complexity (AC4) @ Columbia…

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BIBLIOGRAPHY: The Nexus of Terrorism and International Organized Crime

This is a helpful collection of academic writings and books for one trying to to teach / understand the current historical moment. A "sourc…

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RESEARCH: Why learning from experience is the educational wave of the future

Nevermind that John Dewey was working on this 100+ years ago, "but market trends!!!" Interesting stuff anyway ... Why learning from experi…

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INFOGRAPHIC: The Paradox of Tolerance via Karl Popper

Teaching about #hatespeech requires discussion of the paradox of intolerance: if a society is tolerant without limit, it will eventually be…

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BOOK: A History of American in 100 Maps

Remember I told you about my brilliant cousin Susan's amazing book, A HISTORY OF AMERICA IN 100 MAPS? Well, it's out and it's gorgeous and…

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ARTICLE: How History Class Divides Us (w/ a little discussion)

What students learn about U.S. history varies depending on where they attend school, and is often filtered through the political & demo…

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