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Lesson: Israel-Palestine Conflict

Anti-Israel sentiment is being promoted by leading educational resources that are pushing a pro-Palestine agenda through their lesson plans. Even the National Council for the Social Studies has recently hosted an outspoken anti-Israel advocate at their annual conference. With the Israel-Palestine conflict being part of

Lesson: Founding Fathers in Their Own Words

Our Founding Fathers are often mischaracterized by secondary sources that are plagued with bias. Using one’s opinions and selective research is not suitable for coming to understand and getting to know our Founders. While points favorable to the narrative of these historians and researchers are

Lesson: Evaluating Energy Sources in the US

World leaders proclaim that wind and solar energy are the best solutions to reduce carbon emissions. With many organizations promoting the Green New Deal, which initially called for nuclear energy and fossil fuels to be phased out, most students might be surprised to learn that

Lesson: Polar Bears and Climate Change

When it comes to climate change, educational institutions have abandoned the idea of critical thinking. Instead, “activist educators” take every possible opportunity to fill the minds of impressionable youth with the radical ideas championed in the Green New Deal. Unfortunately, very few real educators have the time necessary

Emancipation in the Declaration of Independence

Lesson: Early Emancipation Efforts (Before 1830)

While most historians agree that the abolition movement matured in 1830, it would be misleading for educators to ignore the earlier emancipation efforts in American history. Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, John Jay, and Thomas Paine are among those who made conscious

Lesson: The Signers of the Declaration of Independence

Entrenched in the philosophy of the radical left, particularly that of the 1619 Project, is the idea that America was founded on slavery. The inaccuracy of this claim not only misleads students through learning a fabricated history of the United States, but will cause the

Lesson: Stories of the Heroes of September 11, 2001

I always taught a special lesson to my students on September 11, reserving this day for remembrance and honoring our fallen heroes. Teaching through tears in one of the first weeks of school was never easy, but it had to be done. Sadly, I wasn’t

Lesson: The Great Leap Forward (China: 1958-1962)

*The text used for the lesson contains extremely graphic details that may not be appropriate for certain ages. Use your best judgment on whether to use this text with your students.The history of the Great Leap Forward has been wrongfully minimized by scholars and historians