#GraduationTrends

#GraduationTrends

A teachers, each year we watch the graduation rates rise and fall, measuring our success – and sometimes the shortfalls of our system. It’s very exciting to see graduation rates on a steady rise! Take a look at what this year and the years hold in store...
Honoring & Remembering Our Troops

Honoring & Remembering Our Troops

With Armed Forces Day and Memorial Day both falling in May, as a nation, we all reflected on the call to service and sacrifice or our service men and women in our military. Freedom isn’t free, and we appreciate and recognize all soldiers, whether on active duty,...
Mapping from National Geographic

Mapping from National Geographic

National Geographic has a depth of cartographic resources online! We’ve been browsing their┬áselection of educational content and found several free resources we thought you would enjoy sharing with your students. Location and Place in Your Classroom Introduction...
Springtime: It’s for the Birds

Springtime: It’s for the Birds

It’s officially springtime, and after thinking of plants and blooms, our thoughts turn to our feathered friends returning from warmer climes. Ask your students if they’ve noticed more birds lately. Research bird migration patterns in your area and take...
Spring Has Sprung

Spring Has Sprung

Today, on the first day of Spring, we want to share maps of springtime. What better way to map the spring than to follow the planting maps? Here in Texas, we’ve had some lovely spring interludes already. What’s it like today where you are? If you...