An exercise for St. Louis students in advance of journalist Andre Lambertson's visit.
An exercise for St. Louis students in advance of journalist Anna Badkhen's visit.
This lesson examines China's growing labor movement, drawing comparisons to the American Industrial Revolution and the progressive social movement that grew during the same time period.
This lesson accompanies Dawn Shapiro's documentary, The Edge of Joy, exploring the maternal mortality crisis in Nigeria.
This lesson helps students critically examine the factors that led to and sustained the 2010-2011 revolutions in the Middle East.
In this lesson students explore the concept of food insecurity, examining its causes and effects in Guatemala, India, and Kenya.
This lesson investigates the dangers and daily challenges faced by many Afghan students, teachers, and schools.
In this lesson students will learn what fragile states are, what factors influence their stability, and the role of the international community and foreign assistance in six distinct fragile states.
In this lesson, students will learn what wetlands are, where they are found, and better understand their value to humans, animals, and the environment.
Through this lesson, students will examine the causes of the recent conflict in the Ivory Coast and explore the country's future amid ongoing political and ethnic violence.
Through this lesson, students are able to explore the impact oil extraction, logging, and mining have on communities across the globe.
Explore the experience of three Sudanese "Lost Boys" as they return to Sudan 20 years after fleeing their homes to escape Civil War.
Part 1: Background