United 4 Social Change has a number of exciting programs coming up this spring and summer for students of all age groups. Whether your students and parents are looking for …

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Introduction Despite the fact that many teachers look for a second job in order to make enough to support their own lifestyles and families, in the majority of schools they …

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April 22nd 2020 marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. This year’s events and activities are centered around the theme climate action. However, because the majority of the world’s population …

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Introduction The past few months have not been easy for anyone, but teachers may have the most difficult job of all as schools across the country transition to remote learning. …

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Introduction Teachers’ pay is a topic that has been debated for decades. It is common knowledge that many teachers in the United States are underpaid and that most spend additional …

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Introduction Students have always dealt with the timeless struggles of balancing academia and personal life. However, nowadays, the stress has only been compounded by additional issues such as climate change, …

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Introduction Recently, a new strain of the coronavirus, referred to as COVID-19, originating from Wuhan, Hubei Province, China, has started to look like a pandemic, creating a worldwide panic. With …

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Introduction College is expensive. Very expensive. And being required to buy overpriced textbooks for classes that you’re already paying an arm and a leg for is too much for many …

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Introduction Culture and religion are the center of many peoples’ lives. Every person grows up in a certain way depending on their faith, race, country of origin, etc and minorities …

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Introduction Recently, The New York Times published an article about differences in various history textbooks in California and Texas. These differences highlight how politics influences what students are being taught …

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