Today we are releasing the first installment of our updated YouTube channel, which will summarize the ten chapters of Ed100 in ten short videos. Watch episode 1 and help us spread the word!
In 1850, California declared itself a “free” state. But the path toward equality in California education has been long and sordid. Rex Ridgeway offers his perspective about some of the milestones from the Common Schools Act of 1860 through Nina Simone.
Should taxpayers foot the bill for private and religious schools? Voters will face this question on the ballot in 2022, if either or both of two measures raise enough money to collect a million signatures in the next few months. Here's what's at stake.
We asked EdSource’s John Fensterwald to provide today’s high school students a sense of their own history: How has the California education system changed during their lifetime? A great deal has happened, as Fensterwald recounts colorfully through the story of Ginny the Guinea Pig.
Can you name the faces on Mt. Rushmore? In honor of Presidents' Day, Ed100 has collected a great set of resources for learning about the holiday and its history, as well as about America's presidents. According to a recent survey of historians, which US president was the greatest?
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