Summer is a time for gardening! But what is happening under the ground as plants and vegetables grow? Daniel Tiger takes kids underground to see!

Avoid the "summer slide" and keep the spirit of curiosity alive while school's out with these informal anytime learning resources that can be used from the local library to the comfort of your students’ homes.

Beginning in 1955, when America asked its greatest jazz artists to travel the world as cultural ambassadors, Louis Armstrong, Dizzy Gillespie, Dave Brubeck and their racially diverse band members faced a painful dilemma: How could they represent a country that still practiced segregation?

On June 18, 1873, Susan B. Anthony was fined $100 for illegally voting in a General Election. Anthony was a key force in the movement for women's suffrage, which culminated in 1920 with the 19th amendement. Learn more about the women's suffrage movement with these materials from the Library of Congress.

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