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Math, Social Studies
Grade 6

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

The planet Mars out in space
Science, ELA, STEM
Grades 3-5

How can humans safely explore Mars?

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Social Studies
Grades 3-12

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

Image of a lightbulb framed by a chalkboard drawing of a thought balloon
Math, Social Studies
Grade 5

How do businesses become financially successful?

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

Did the American Revolution have more than two sides?

Group of demonstrators with fists raised in the air
ELA, Social Studies
Grades K-12

How can we make change happen in our community?

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?

Young people waving Jobs Not Jails! signs march at a Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Peace Walk and Parade.
Social Studies
Grades 6-8

How can we change the law to make our society better for everyone?

Conceptual image showing chalk drawings of cityscape growing out of the ground
STEM
Grades 3-12

How can we redesign a public space to make it more environmentally sustainable?

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?

Image of microphones
ELA, Social Studies
Grades 6-8

How can we use data to tell a local story that will inform and motivate community members to action?

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?