If you're studying political science or political history, this symposium is for you. It covers campaigning, polling, voting, and more while looking at the role that political “machinery”--campaign advertisements, voting machines, automated opinion polls, and others--play in our democracy
On March 5, take a virtual field trip to the National Museum of American History with Scholastic's 39 Clues series! Join host David Baldacci to explore mysteries in American history with Smithsonian curators http://decodinghistory.scholastic.com/
Out of the 136 million objects at the Smithsonian Institution, the objects in these virtual tours have been specially chosen because of the interesting stories they tell. Explore the objects, enjoy the activities, and see what new things you can learn about Latino and African American history and culture.
The Abolitionists vividly brings to life the struggles of the men and women who led the battle to end slavery. Through innovative use of reenactments, this three-episode series puts a face on the anti-slavery movement—or rather, five faces.
Join us on Tuesday, April 28, 2015, from 1-2 p.m. EDT, as we host the National Youth Summit: The War on Poverty, a live webcast discussing the history and current state of the War on Poverty and its related initiatives. Perfect for high school students.