Source: National Public Radio
The United States and South Korea reported their first confirmed cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the 2020 novel coronavirus, on the same day. Cases in the U.S. have skyrocketed. How did South Korea deal so effectively with this disaster?
Source: Ars Technica
Grocery shopping during a pandemic is already a strange experience involving sanitizing carts and maintaining social distance. But why does it also include whole aisles of empty shelves where toilet paper should be?
Source: WABE Radio
An eighth grader shares his experience with how the 2020 pandemic has affected his daily life and his career aspirations.
Source: The Atlantic
Explore how the most likely scenarios surrounding the global outbreak of COVID-19 might play out.
Source: Teen Vogue
It’s difficult enough to undertake a quest, but one teen recently accomplished a stunning goal while also using humor to shut down her critics.
Source: National Constitution Center
George Washington retired shortly after the American Revolution and re-emerged on the political scene several years later. In this essay, historian Edward Larson emphasizes the significance of these actions and makes a connection to modern global revolutions.
Source: Common Sense Media
How do you decide what to believe? See what other young people think about the information they see every day.
Learn about the new VR format students may begin using to learn about the Holocaust.
Quests still happen today, though they may take different forms. Read about one company’s quest to harness the world’s strongest winds to power humanity.
Source: Wall Street Journal
Read this article concerning Hong Kong’s protest for freedom.