Illustration of the Constitution

A More Perfect Way to Teach U.S. History

Attempts to sanitize or demonize the past denigrate the long, hard struggle of our republic
Students from the 6th grade at Nathan Hale School complete a "bingo challenge" as part of the Red Sox Hall of Fame stop on their guided tour of the Fenway Park Learning Lab.

Red Sox Turn Fenway Park into “Learning Lab” for Boston 6th Graders

“The key to unlock opportunity is education and hard work,” students are told at launch event

Kissinger Warns on Education Wokeness as National Security Threat

Excessive focus on “shortcomings” of history could impair capacity to act internationally, he says
Drana and Jack

A Search for Common Ground

Navigating tough classroom conversations
Two photos, one of Volodymyr Zelensky and one of George Washington

Teaching Patriotism

Civics, fundamentally, is learning one’s history as a country.
Cover of "Justice Is..." by Preet Bharara

Preet Bharara’s New Children’s Book Does America an Injustice

Tenement slums, Trail of Tears, internment camps for Japanese Americans, violent police depicted for “young truth seekers”


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