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What to Consider When Resuming International Travel
With many countries now planning to re-open, look over the latest considerations when traveling.
World Health Organization
David Steward.
Meet David Steward
Mr. Steward is the co-founder and chairman of IT provider World Wide Technology. Learn more about his story here.
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Using the Event Budget
Read through this guide and learn how to ensure an event budget sets you up for success.
The Bizzabo Blog
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Meet Laverne Cox
Read on Laverne Cox's life, herstory, and the importance of trans rights. Gender identity matters.
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What Does Coronavirus do to the Body?
This article reviews the infection and the causes of respiratory problems.
The New York Times
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The Role of Technology
Involve your students in discussions surrounding cleaning and sanitizing during the age of COVID.
Hospitality Trends
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Introduce Students to the Digestive System
Introduce the general structure and regions of the digestive system.
National Cancer Institute
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Focusing on Relationships
Want to build classroom community in-person and online? Here's advice on strengthening relationships during this time.
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Planning & Organizing Safe Sports Events
Planning, managing and organizing sports is no easy task, especially with COVID-19. Use this guide to Plan and Organize in 14 Steps.
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Teach Allyship in the Classroom
In light of the violent attacks on the AAPI Community, we encourage you to stop hate and tech allyship.
We Are Teachers
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How Coronavirus Hijacks the Cells
This article covers how the virus enters a vulnerable cell to make viral proteins that spreads the infection.
The New York Times
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Shifting Perspectives
Involve your students in discussing the top financial centers in the world.
Visual Capitalist
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Explore Careers in Healthcare
Healthcare occupations are projected to add more jobs than any of the other occupational groups especially due to COVID-19.
A woman stands in front of many other women holding a sign saying, "The Future is Female."
Exploring Feminism
Undoubtedly, women have historically been leaders and revolutionaries. Check out this lesson plan to learn more on women's rights.
Learning For Justice
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7 Steps to Incorporate Social Justice into the Engineering Design Process
Check out this article alongside the "Overcoming Challenges through the Lens of Social Media."
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Challenge Biases
In light of the violent attacks on the AAPI Community, we encourage you to challenge biases towards this community.
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Establishing & Managing Credit
In this lesson, students learn to manage credit responsibly and how this translates into a credit score.
Ford - Credit Basics
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Why Big Tech’s Censorship is a Big Mistake
Involve your students in discussing the censorship of big companies such as Twitter, Facebook and more, on Parler.
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The Beginning of the ‘Biotech Century’
Students will read about how the COVID-19 pandemic could mark the beginning of the 'biotech century.'
Stat News
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Learning Herstory
Three women created the Black Lives Matter movement; learn her story.
Black Lives Matter
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How Financial Markets Can Impact Social Justice
Check out this article that discusses how the financial market can negatively or positively impact social justice.
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Meet Junior Bridgeman
The Second Act can be more lucrative than the first, just ask Mr. Junior Bridgeman, former NBA Player.
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Understanding Your Credit Score & Report
This lesson introduces the three major nationwide credit bureaus that use your credit history to develop a credit score.
Ford - Credit Basics
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Level Up Your EdTech
Looking for some new skills to learn? Try out these 6 EdTech tools to level you up in the classroom.
Cult of Pedagogy
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Explore Careers in Event Planning
Meeting, convention, and event planners coordinate all aspects of events and professional meetings.
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Teaching Racial Justice
Conversations about race is difficult. In this case, guides on how to have these tough conversations can help.
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Exercise Healthy Cybersecurity Safety Habits
Students can learn healthy habits involving cybersecurity safety from Mayim Bialik from The Big Bang Theory!
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The Importance of Communication Skills
Use this career-themed article about communication and leadership to pique student interest and classroom discussion.
The Ohio State University
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Meeting the 25 Richest Athletes
Have your students learn about 25 of the richest athletes in the world and encourage entrepreneurship.
Celebrity Net Worth
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Improving Your Credit
This lesson explores ways to improve your credit history despite how it may be.
Ford - Credit Basics
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Meet Black History in the Making
Lauren Simmons is the youngest ever, second African-American female trader. Check out this video and get to know her.
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Explore Careers in Culinary
Learn about the different career paths in food preparation and serving.
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Read “Black Women Writers at Work”
Undoubtedly, inspired people inspire people. Read the interviews of many inspiring Black women.
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Explore How the Immune System Works
This resource outlines how the Immune System works to fight off pathogens and clear up dead cells.
Medical News Today
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Find & Develop Your Leadership Voice
Use this career-themed article about communication and leadership to pique student interest and classroom discussion.
New Horizons
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Would You Rather?
Try this simple activity from Catlin Tucker before the year is done! 
Dr. Catlin Tucker
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Analyze an Income Statement
Use the activity to understand and analyze an income statement.
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Investing in Black Stocks
Check out this list of Black stocks you can invest in right now.
Official Black Wall Street
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The Paycheck Breakdown: What You Earn Is Not What You Keep
Students learn the breakdown of their paycheck to explain why what you earn is not what you keep.
The Wharton School
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The Road to Self-Sufficiency
Read this guide to encourage the path of self-sufficiency and accessibility in the workforce.
Work Support
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Investigate an Outbreak
In this lesson, students learn about and go through the proper steps to take when there's an outbreak.
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Communication Skills: A Guide For Healthcare Practitioners
Use this career-themed article about communication and leadership to pique student interest and classroom discussion.
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Anti-Racism Work in the Classroom
This resource will help you as you expand your anti-racism work in the classroom.
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How Does the Brain Work?
Explore the functions of the brain with this fact sheet.
Elizabeth A. Weaver II and Hillary H. Doyle
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Tips for Breakout Room Success
Build deeper levels of connection with your students and create better online small group discussions with these 7 tips.
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Is COVID-19 Taking a Toll on Women’s Careers?
Businesses have a legal & ethical responsibility with gender diversity. Unfortunately, COVID-19 has had a toll.
Daniels Fund
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Being Internship Prepared
Read these internship blog posts, to moreover feel internship ready.
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8 Rules for Good Customer Service
Introduce students to the the kind of customer service that makes customers come back.
The Balance
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How to Empowers Others in the Industry
Use this career-themed article about communication and leadership to pique student interest and classroom discussion.
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Creating an Anti-Racist Classroom
This resource helps you build stronger content for creating an anti-racist classroom.
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Learn About Brain Geography
Introduce students to Brain Geography by using this interactive feature from the NOVA: Coma website.
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Breaking Glass Ceilings
Meet the first African-American woman to serve as CEO of a Fortune 500 Company. Hear her story of being a woman in STEM.
Wonder Woman Project
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Read About Women in the Workplace in 2020
Introduce students to this ethical dilemma and use the article to guide them through a discussion of this mini-case study.
McKinsey & Company
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Being Online Internship Ready
Many internship programs are going remote. Moreover, look over this internship handbook to prepare for the virtual space.
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Learn About the Environmental Impacts of Tourism
Read about why the environment is so important to tourism and the positive and negative environmental impacts of tourism.
Tourism Teacher
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Why is the Employee Voice so Important?
Use this career-themed article about communication and leadership to pique student interest and classroom discussion.
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Learn About Bacterial Transformation & Selection
Learn more about DNA cloning through Bacterial Transformation & Selection.
Khan Academy
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Staying Updated on Career Trends
Have your students stay up-to-date with annual career interests and options. With this resource they can connect the trends.
U.S. Department of Labor
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Introduction to the Urinary System
Use this resource to highlight the characteristics and the gross anatomy of the urine transport and the kidney.
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Talking about Social-Emotional Well-Being
Last week SxSW EDU had a strong focus on social-emotional well-being. Check out this conversation with Miguel Cardona.
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Trends in Architecture & Engineering
Involve your students in discussing the 8 projections of trends for 2021.
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Health Care in the Context of COVID-19
Read how difficult health care is in the age of COVID & discuss with your students.
World Health Organization
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Explore User Experience in the EdTech Space
How do you develop education tech products? Learn more on user experience through this new podcast, "UX of EdTech."
Apple Podcasts
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Balancing the Rewards & Risks
Apply health science lessons about the brain to real-life & learn how adolescent brains process risks & rewards.
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Integrating Social-Emotional Learning
Use this resource to read up on five tips for integrating social-emotional learning in your classroom.
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Understanding the Environmental Impacts of Tourism
Students create a tri-fold brochure to present one aspect of the environmental impact of tourism.
Tourism Teacher
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Plummeting Internationally
Involve your students in discussing data of international opinions on the image of the United States due to handling COVID-19.
Pew Research Center
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Build Computer Networks
This course walks students through how interconnected computing devices are capable of sending or receiving data.
Khan Academy
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The 8 Important Steps in the Accounting Cycle
This article breaks down the entire process of a bookkeeper’s responsibilities into eight basic steps.
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Plan an Exciting Trip
Have your students planned a trip? This is a step-by-step guide for planning an epic trip using Google Maps.
Live like it's the Weekend Blog
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Advancing Engineering Literacy
The STEM Academy features STEM 101's high school curriculum with thousands of hours of curriculum & activities.
STEM 101
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Improve Digital Literacy
Capital One Future Edge is a free digital literacy program that gives everyone access to the digital skills needed today.
Capital One