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What schools teach about 9/11 and the war on terror

Jeremy Stoddard, University of Wisconsin-Madison and Diana Hess, University of Wisconsin-Madison The phrase “Never Forget” is often associated with...

Project-based learning deepens science knowledge for 3rd graders in Michigan

Joseph S. Krajcik, Michigan State University and Barbara Schneider, Michigan State University The Research Brief is a short take...

What makes a ‘good’ patriot? Donald Trump may be surprised by...

Stewart Clem, Aquinas Institute of Theology When President Donald Trump talks about “patriots” – and he does, a lot – he probably doesn’t have in...

Are movies a good way to learn history?

Scott Alan Metzger, Pennsylvania State University Hollywood loves history. At this year’s Academy Awards, three nominees for Best Picture (“Fences,” “Hacksaw Ridge” and...

Why the French presidential candidates are arguing about their colonial history

Jennifer Sessions, University of Iowa When the French presidential elections begin on April 23, the world will be watching closely. Polls are...

How should World War I be taught in American schools?

Kyle Greenwalt, Michigan State University April 6 marks the centenary of the United States’ entry into World War I. But how should Americans...

Colorado curriculum kerfuffle showed activism can beat vested interests

By Mark Paige, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Students in Jefferson County, Colorado, popularly known as JeffCo, have learned an important civics lesson about their power...

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A brief history of ketchup

Ken Albala, University of the Pacific Trade wars have an interesting way of revealing cultural stereotypes. Countries often propose tariffs not on the most valuable...