It's flu season, and we've got a reading list of historical fiction and nonfiction to help you explore epidemics past.
We can’t make spring get here any faster, but we can suggest a few ways to stymie cooped-up boredom and get a little break from the cabin fever blues.
For Women’s History Month, we’ll be featuring biographies of women in history who may have been forgotten, neglected, or misunderstood by traditional history books. In this edition: three women whose big ideas changed the world.
The Harlem Renaissance was an explosion of creative energy fueled by Black Americans, and it’s a rich topic for your homeschool high school.