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Gale’s Research In Context provides middle school students with language arts, social studies, and science curriculum support through age-appropriate videos, newspapers, magazines, primary sources, etc.
If you ever had to do a research paper or senior project in high school, you most likely came in contact with the Opposing Viewpoints series for researching those sometimes hot button topics. Each book presented reasons and facts for both sides of an issue, such as the death penalty and gun control, to give […]
One-stop source for world history, including primary documents, full-text articles, images, maps and more.
One-stop source for U.S. history, including primary documents, full-text articles, images, maps and more.
This resource is available to CLP cardholders only. Global Issues in Context gathers together journal articles, news reports, and other sources of credible information on topics of worldwide interest. Explore all sides of society’s most important issues with this full-text database. Useful for both student and public interest-based research.
Full text biographical information on a wide variety of people ranging from historical figures to present-day newsmakers.
September 29th marks the beginning of the first presidential debate leading up to the 2020 Election between current president and Republican candidate, Donald Trump, and Democratic nominee, Joe Biden. Learn about the history and structure of these events, along with staff-selected digital resources and book recommendations.
Whether you are heading back to school online or in a homeschool setting, it is time to move beyond the famous figures shared in conventional history textbooks. One great way to learn about innovative people is to explore a stack of picture book biographies.