Learn about three online tools you can use in your classroom to keep students more engaged.
Three reasons to celebrate the 14th amendment and its influence during the Reconstruction Era.
Adults often ask students to be upstanders, to speak out against bullying and other social problems, and to go against the tide. But we should also help students change the tide.This means changing social norms so that young people feel respected not when they degrade other students, but when they include others.
Tim Knipe explains the effect that Facing History has had on students in his school.
1899: Representatives of 26 nations met for the International Peace Conference where they drafted the Convention with Respect to the Laws and Customs of War on Land, one of the first formal statements of international laws related to war and war crimes.