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Thomas Cole’s life and work coincide with a pivotal period in American history. Before Cole’s eyes and on his canvas, the newly formed nation would find a vision of its identity born and its future questioned. American history fixates on 1776 and 1865, but in the period between lies a rich and under-explored territory.
By following along with movement videos and engaging with provided supplementary activities, students will be able to work on all sorts of SEL skills such as sharing, listening to and accepting others, and expressing and understanding emotions, among others.
Expert insights with a local perspective. New York NOW is the state's Emmy-winning, in-depth public affairs program, featuring news, interviews and analysis from the Capitol.
From conversations with middle schoolers around what the future of work could look like to mid-life career shifts, efforts to retain experienced workers and people of all ages seeking flexibility in their employment options.
We know it can be a scary time for families as normal routines are disrupted due to the COVID-19 outbreak. This is a great time to talk to children about what is happening, and empower them to be helpers to keep each other healthy.
Troy City School District, in collaboration with Hudson Valley Community College, hosted the first annual My Brother’s Keeper Symposium for middle school youth in the program.
HIDING IN PLAIN SIGHT: YOUTH MENTAL ILLNESS features first-person accounts from more than 20 young people, ranging in age from 11 to 27, who live with mental health conditions, as well as parents, teachers, friends, healthcare providers in their lives, and independent mental health experts.
The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution is the first feature-length documentary to explore the Black Panther Party, its significance to the broader American culture, and the painful lessons wrought when a movement derails.