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Conversation Series: What Does A Dress Code Say? February 12, 2021

If you go to a school that has a dress code, you know that there are rules for what you can and can’t wear. Depending on the school, the rules may b

Voter Fraud Is For The Birds! November 20, 2020

It’s not an easy job making sure people vote correctly and officials count the votes properly. Mistakes happen all the time, but the stakes are high

Elections Around The World October 30, 2020

If you live in the United States, you know that Election Day is coming up. Democratic nominee and former vice president Joe Biden is hoping to defeat

Breaking Records: Steepest Street September 18, 2020

Who knew it’d be so difficult to measure the gradient (or the incline) of a road? Ready for the drama? In 2019, Ffordd Pen Llech in Harlech, Wales,

Are You For Real? July 31, 2020

Heard of the robotic dog that can do things like help out at construction sites and keep people from standing too close together (Hi, Spot, the social

Schools Around The World During COVID-19 July 2, 2020

We know, we know—summer’s here for kids in the United States, but did you know that in many parts of the world, June is the start of the school ye

COVID-19: Where Are We Now? June 26, 2020

It’s been several months since countries around the world shut down to fight the novel coronavirus. While some countries are starting to loosen rest

Conversation Series: If You Were The President Of A Country, How Would You Respond To The COVID-19 Pandemic? April 24, 2020

Because countries face different challenges from each other, their priorities are also different. If a country lies within a tsunami zone, for example

World Responses To COVID-19: New Zealand April 24, 2020

Because countries face different challenges from each other, their priorities are also different. If a country lies within a tsunami zone, for example