November 22, 2017

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The Churchill Archive for Schools | A Trove of Free Primary Resources

A collection of 20th-century primary source documents is now free to schools worldwide.

Explore Primary Sources in Free Program Series

The Presidential Primary Source Project presents free, live-streamed programs for middle and high school students. Covering “Culture, Society, and Presidential Decision-Making,” the presentations run through March 2017.

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Free Tools for SAT/ACT Test Prep | Tech Tidbits

Help students prepare for college prep tests with these free interactive resources.

Vernier to Host Free Workshops for Science and STEM Educators

Learn how to use new hardware, software, and mobile technologies in physics, chemistry, biology, environmental, Earth science, and middle school science curriculums— for free!

News Bites: Free Math Resources Tied to Presidential Election Campaign

Curriculum Connections

Free resources: NBC Learn and Carnegie Learning, Inc. are teaming up to provide middle and high school students with “Decision 2012: Election Math,” free math education resources related to the 2012 election. Beginning this summer, NBC Learn videos from the current and past presidential election election campaigns will be combined with Carnegie Learning Interactive Cognitive Tutor Software math problems. The collection illustrates campaign math and statistics, such as predicting winners through sampling; analyzing voting-age populations; and comparing winners and […]