For more than 30 years, National Geographic’s Boyd Matson has traveled the globe, reporting on nature, exploration, science, and adventure—from the heights of Mount Everest to the frigid waters of Antarctica. As the host of Wild Chronicles, Matson connects viewers to the pulse of the planet, reporting on people who are exploring Earth, solving its scientific mysteries, and advocating for its protection. Several recent Wild Chronicles shows are sure to capture students’ interest—for example: “What If Earth Warms 6 Degrees,” “Chocolate to Save Forests?” “Surviving Everest” and “Island Melting?” Students can view these and other Wild Chronicles on National Geographic’s website or YouTube channel. Captioned videos from seasons 1–4 of the series are also available on Described and Captioned Media Program’s website for students with disabilities.
The High Museum of Art in Atlanta, Georgia, holds one of the most significant collections of photographs of the civil rights movement. The works in the online exhibition “Civil Rights Photography” are only a small selection of the collection, which includes more than 300 photographs that document the social protest movement.
For the past 70 years, ETS has been driven by a vision of what’s possible when all people can improve their lives through education. It’s why ETS’s uncompromising commitment to equity and fairness is behind everything ETS does. Learn more at ets.org