On April 25, 1901, New York became the first state to require license plates.
This program stands out from the rest with a scaffolded approach that carefully leads the students through lessons.
Readorium is a website offering a virtual science library with books and activities that focus on building students reading comprehension and science knowledge.
This animation shows the underlying causes and tells how research contributed to confirmation of early theories of plate tectonics.
Floop is a cloud-based website where students can receive annotated feedback from teachers and peers.
Generation Genius is a comprehensive set of science videos and lessons made in partnership with the National Science Teachers Association.
On February 27, 1936, Shirley Temple, aged 7, received a contract from 20th Century Fox paying $50,000 per film
Win the White House is an iCivics game available on the web and as an iOS or Android app that places students in control of a run for the U.S. presidency.
BBC iReporter is a browser-based, choose-your-own-adventure game where you experience your first day on the job on the news agency's social media team.
GameSalad lets kids create custom games in a visual, rule-based coding system, so there's no need to know any coding language.
Read about the rhetorical touches Thomas Paine employed in this pamphlet which galvanized colonial thought about breaking away from Mother England.
National Geographic's Open Explorer site is a digital field journal where explorers of the world (or just their backyard) create and go on expeditions and share their stories along the way.
Check out the etchings, lithographs and woodcuts featured in the virtual exhibition from Georgetown University's collection.