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Tweens and teens today are skeptical of the news, but they are more plugged into current events than ever. They don't think traditional news sources understand their lives. Give them information from a trusted source on topics that matter to them. Clear but sensitive, these titles tackle tough topics with nuance and understanding in a way that middle schoolers can relate to. With solid research and experts in the field to back it up, you can be sure it's not fake news. Long-form journalism at its best, for the curious but skeptical middle school reader.
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More than 130 people a day in the U.S. die from opioid overdoses. Addiction to legal and illegal opioids has been declared a national crisis. The U.S. spends ...
An intergovernmental science agency recently concluded that one million species, plants, and animals are at risk of extinction because of nature's dangerous ...
What is the deep state conspiracy anyway? Does it exist? If not, how did it become something people believe? Students will learn how the idea arose, what the ...
Hate crime in the United States is on the rise. The FBI has reported that hate crimes rose by 17 percent in 2017, increasing for the third straight year, and ...
Immigration is a hot topic in the United States. What kind of immigration should be allowed? How should immigrants who have come into the United States ...
She/he/they/them. Why do we use gender pronouns? And why do some people wish to be referred to as "they"? What is gender identity all about? Students will ...
Nearly 75 percent of the U.S. population uses social media. For students, it is often considered a lifeline to connecting with their peers and staying ...
Scientists have recently started studying plastic pollution and our food supply. And, make no mistake, you are eating microscopic pieces of plastic everyday.
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