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The Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial in Washington, D.C. on a cloudy day at dusk.
ELA, Social Studies
Grades K-2

What makes someone a community hero?

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Social Studies
Grades 3-12

How can we as historians uncover and share stories about our community?

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?

An old, rippling thirteen-starred American flag.
Social Studies
Grade 5

Did the American Revolution have more than two sides?

A child’s  colorful drawing of an intricate map.
Social Studies
Grades K-2

How can we help new friends get to know our community?

A young girl practices mediation on a pink mat outside in a nature park.
Health/PE
Grade 7

How can we set and achieve personal goals that help us thrive?

Old handwritten letters and papers are stuffed inside of a vintage handbag on a desk strewn with letters.
ELA, Social Studies
Grades 6-12

How can we as historians design an interactive digital tool for a [local museum, historical society, or archive] that demonstrates our local community’s influence on a period in history?

A young teenage girl looks up at the ceiling beneath the columns of the Athenian Academy in Athens, Greece.
Social Studies
Grades 6-8

What lessons can we learn from golden age civilizations and/or from their falls, and why do those lessons matter to us today?

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?

A crowd of protesters wearing green ribbons on their wrists raise their fists in the air.
ELA, Social Studies
Grade 9-12

How can we, as legal teams, determine the effectiveness of a revolution?