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Math, Social Studies
Grade 6

What is the most equitable way to elect a new member of government?

A teenage girl in jeans sits on stone steps and checks her smartphone.
ELA
Grades 6-8

What should we do about cyberbullying?

A freshly graded report card—featuring an A +, A and B + grades—with a felt-tip pen laying beside it.
ELA, Math
Grades 6-12

How can we design a good grading system?

A hand holds a line drawing of a turnip
ELA
Grades K-12

How can we affect hunger in our community?

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Science, ELA
Grades 6-12

How can we use data to take effective action on climate?

View of an empty shopping cart as seen from the perspective of the shopper, with the aisle blurred.
ELA, Social Studies
Grades 9-12

What’s the true cost of the things we buy?

A row of parked cars on a public dealership at sunset.
Math
Grades 9-12

How do I know if  a car is a good deal?

An abstract, finance and stock market data graph.
Math
Grade 6

How can we use data to help kids improve their memories?

A young sloth hangs from a cable in a jungle in Costa Rica.
Science, ELA
Grades 6-8

How can we teach children to be stewards of the environment?

A blue and white collage of blurry question marks.
ELA
Grades 4-8

What makes mystery readers keep turning the pages?

The legs of a couple dozen walkers participating in a race, with pavement featured prominently in the foreground.
ELA, Math
Grade 8

How can we plan a profitable walk-a-thon to benefit a cause we care about?

A group of children enjoy popcorn and lemonade as they watch a movie on blankets in a backyard.
ELA, Fine Arts
Grades 6-12

Which is better: the book or the movie?

Closeup image of camera lens
ELA, Fine Arts, Social Studies
Grades 3-12

How can we, as photojournalists, tell the untold stories of our community?

The spines of a stack of vintage comic books, laying in a horizontal stack.
Math
Grades 5-7

How can we as comic book designers build superhero worlds that teach others about math?

Close-up of a thermometer laying on the snow, with the temperature just below zero.
Science, STEM
Grades 6-8

How can we help people survive in extreme temperatures?