Congratulations to Andrea Ghez, winner of the Nobel Prize in physics!
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Learn about how the Sustainable Development Goals developed by the United Nations are a crucial part of all our lives!
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Are you new to homeschooling this year?
Why Global Citizenship Matters, Today More than Ever
Meet Laura Perdew! She’s the author of more than 30 books for kids, including her newest set, Picture Book Science: Adaptations!
Are you considering a micro school, learning pod, traditional homeschool, or a combination?
Sometimes, we find ourselves working on a book at exactly the right time in history.