History classes in schools typically focus on rushing through content, instead of finding ways to make history more personal and compelling for students. A focus on primary sources and guest speakers who lived through history, can make learning much more relevant and spark true curiosity.
Author Chase Reynolds Ewald and photographer Audrey Hall tell with word and image the story of the near extinction and restoration of the bison, America’s designated National Mammal.
As we head towards our one year anniversary of forced family togetherness, it may be time to reconnect to those people who have become the ironing boards in our lives. In trying to set up some distance from our spouse/partner and children who have been physically in our space, we may have pulled back from sharing what is going on with us mentally, emotionally and socially.