Examine what copyright is, what is allowable in a classroom under copyright, what are licenses and trademarks, and how intellectual property right laws are playing out in society.
This exhibition reveals the importance of the 2020 Census, not only for ensuring fair political representation and funding but for shaping questions of identity in a rapidly changing world.
This full-day workshop trains participants in the use of Recipe for Reading – a multi-sensory phonics program useful for teachers in need of a comprehensive decoding program that can be used with minimal support.
Join Kate Roberts for a discussion about the triumphs and troubles with both whole-class novels and independent reading and consider her practical framework for creating units that join both teaching methods together.
Explore the intimate links between U.S. wealth inequality and the violent racial subjugation that generated profits for four centuries of the transatlantic slave trade and the pre-Civil War plantation-industrial complex.
The NYS Living Environment contains four required labs that are tested on the regents exams. These lab experiences are cookie-cutter in nature – but do they have to be? Learn more at this Sunday session.