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What Does the SAT Really Test?

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Test scores are a huge deal, and, of course, the majority of colleges and universities require them when applying for acceptance.

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Mentors Helping First-Generation College Students

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How can we support these students in making the college application process less intimidating?

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NOVA | Frozen Frogs

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Organisms that are best suited to their environment survive and reproduce with the greatest success.

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Washington Crossing the Delaware Painting Interactive

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What can art teach students about history? In the case of the painting, “Washington Crossing the Delaware,” a close analysis reveals quite a bit about America’s early days.

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Surviving Winter

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Winter can be harsh. When the cold season arrives, most people crank up the heat at home or throw on a warm jacket when they go outside. But what do you do if you're an animal living in the wild?

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The social hierarchy of Snow Monkeys

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Snow monkeys, like many species that live in groups, adhere to a system of social hierarchy.

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Roadtrip Nation Leaders: Rex Grignon

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You know the popular DreamWorks movies “Toy Story,” “Shrek,” “Madagascar” and others, but do you know how they got made?

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Who Invented The Computer?

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Today, computer use as we know it is so prevalent that many cannot imagine life without them.

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PBS KIDS launches free ScratchJr app, helping young children learn to code and code to learn

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Developed in collaboration with the MIT Media Lab and Tufts University’s DevTech Research Group, this new app helps kids learn coding concepts as they create their own stories and games featuring favorite PBS KIDS characters.

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The Catapult Project

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Join 7th grade integrated science and math teacher Zara Acosta as she leads her students through a catapult design project!

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Creative Kids

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Children love to create. That's a good thing too, because creative kids can reap enormous benefits. From exploring textures to building models in 3-D, find out what your child's creative abilities might be.  Creative Kids.