Brightly is an online resource to help educators grow lifelong readers. Launched in partnership with Penguin Random House, the website features book recommendations from all publishers for every age and stage, along with reading tips and insights, author essays, and more.
Consistently ranked as the most popular podcast in the United States, This American Life produced by WBEZ Chicago features unusual and fascinating stories of Americans from the public radioprogram of the same name and delivered to stations by PRX The Public Radio Exchange.
One way to reflect on the beauty of diversity is through photography. The photo essay “Belief” by Caleb Ferguson captures moments of faith and connection among one of the most culturally and religiously diverse populations in the world, New York City.
“Philosophy for Children and P.E.A.C.E.” (P4C) is an freeself-paced virtual course from the Department of Humanities and the Philosophy for Children Course at University of Naples, Federico II, and the PEACE project, which offers training in the use of philosophical inquiry in the curriculum to foster a cosmopolitan mindset in young people.
Furthering its mission to educate younger generations about the important lessons of World War II, The National WWII Museum is hosting a live-streamed Electronic Field Trip (EFT) on February 22, 2018, for students across the country.