D’Aulnoy helped create the fairytale genre we know and enjoy today. Skim the article to find out some interesting facts about her life and work.
Stories rooted in different traditions, time periods, and experiences appeal to families this holiday season.
Read about three African women who are contributing to space exploration programs on their home continent: a space engineer, a physicist and explorer, and a space law adviser.
Watch the video and consider what the myth teaches us about science and nature.
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Watch the short video and read one of the related articles from NASA to learn why.
In honor of Black History Month, read about these six historical figures.
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Listen to accessibility champion Jane Velkovski explain why assistive technologies should be made more available to everyone who needs them.
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Listen to Ethan Lisi discuss autistic behaviors and debunk stereotypes.
Watch this video to learn what building this massive structure would all entail.
While robots and artificial intelligence may seem like recent concepts, some argue that those ideas originated in ancient Greece.
Explore this site to find out how to prepare for all kinds of disasters, from drought to winter storms.
Ralph Lazo, a Mexican American, recognized the injustice of Japanese internment during World War II. He voluntarily stood in solidarity with his Japanese friends in their internment camp, leaving a legacy of bravery.
Several deaf individuals speak on what it means to be deaf, what deaf culture is, and how they wish to be perceived and treated.
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Learn about why this vaccine is so important for children in Africa.
Learn about the guard change ceremony and why this one was so important.