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Do you think this accusation is relevant? Does it matter what a 17-year-old boy did, or didn't do, 36 years ago? Is it relevant to... [Read More]
How do you think children should be disciplined? Why? [Read More]
What does the author mean when she writes, "On Monday evening, Mr. Feliciano got a reminder that what the Cordillera Mountains give, they also take... [Read More]
Even though the concept of freedom of speech on its face seems quite simple, in reality there are complex lines that can be drawn around... [Read More]
In your opinion, what role do journalists play in society? Do you think that role is important? Why? [Read More]
Each week we select an engaging Times graph and pair it with a simple protocol — asking students what they notice, what they wonder, and... [Read More]
How did two news stories — the 1,500 "lost" children and the Trump administration's policy of separating children from families — get confused on social... [Read More]
Should a president be involved in deciding who the Justice Department and the F.B.I. investigate? [Read More]
Activities to both teach with and teach about the genre, with help from dozens of Times comics, articles, essays and videos. [Read More]
For this new challenge, we invite students to submit an original podcast and we'll select our favorites to feature on The Learning Network. [Read More]
Students analyze the techniques that make for good storytelling, interviewing and podcasting. The activities culminate in students producing their own original podcasts. [Read More]
Our biggest list yet, full of questions on everything from video games and fashion to smartphones and parenting. [Read More]
Are you careful about what you touch or put in your mouth? Are you mindful of washing your hands frequently, especially before you eat? [Read More]
We invite students to submit short, evidence-based persuasive essays like the editorials The New York Times publishes every day. [Read More]
Has your school ever faced any sort of gun violence or gun incidents? Do you feel safe at school? [Read More]
With a year of Mr. Trump's tenure completed, students can grade the president on his performance so far. [Read More]
We're adding to the chorus of New York Times year-end lists by sorting a few of our own resources for you. [Read More]
See what you remember about the events of this dramatic year by taking our special news quiz. [Read More]
In this lesson, students use original Times reporting and other resources to investigate the forced internment of Japanese-Americans. [Read More]
In this lesson, students search for a "workable standard" using math to determine when gerrymandering might be unconstitutional. [Read More]