Living conditions around the world are changing rapidly. Explore how and why. Roser's website is more than a series of visually appealing graphs; for each topic, Roser includes a link to the original data source (making his site, in his words, a sort of "database of databases") and analysis of the relative validity of each data set.
The animated visual histories behind things in everyday life. Sports, Ancient Hairdos (and Don'ts), Good Libations, Transportation, Housing, Weapons, 20th Century Hairstyles are the currently available visual histories.
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This meticulously animated short by the Chinese new-media artist and educator Cao Shu traverses some five millennia of art in a single minute. As flickering images move chronologically, in flipbook fa
After visiting 200 schools in 50 states, author Ted Dintersmith explores how the most remarkable educators are helping students thrive.
President Donald Trump hosted a reception for the teachers of the year in the White House on Wednesday, telling them that they play a "vital role" in the success of the nation.
In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, Education Week has collected quotes from celebrities and other prominent figures about the impact teachers have made on their lives.
Until we remedy our pervasive denigration of teachers, public education will continue to miss the mark, writes former pediatrician Kim Talikoff.
Taking chances is at the heart of meaningful learning experiences.
Teachers and parents can help students not only get through the end of the school year but also thrive.
Students may wish grammar would go away, but there are ways to deepen their engagement.