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Teacher Appreciation Week Winner Spotlight

To celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week 2024, National Geographic Learning | Cengage hosted a giveaway to help spotlight amazing educators across the country. Hundreds of nominations were received and proved that there are incredible things happening in classrooms all over the country. There was one common theme in all nominations and that was inspiration.

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Navigating Life After College: Embracing Exploration and Defining Success

When I started college as a freshman 4 years ago, I was overwhelmed with the possibilities of my future. I had no idea what I wanted to do, and it felt like college would last an eternity; in a way, I was hoping it would. I remember having to remind myself that change can be challenging, but with change comes new opportunities. Today, I smile when I think about how nervous I was for my first day of classes and feel proud of how far I have come to find who I am.

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Empowering the Next Generation: The Role of Visual Literacy in Education

Declining scores from the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) for U.S. History and Reading within primary education have ignited concerns among educators, policymakers, and parents. According to The Nation’s Report Card¹­‚² a government website, the average U.S. history and reading scores for eighth graders across the United States are down 9 points since 2014. This trend not only highlights the challenges in traditional pedagogical approaches but also demands innovative strategies to engage students and enhance learning outcomes…

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