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View of an empty shopping cart as seen from the perspective of the shopper, with the aisle blurred.
ELA, Social Studies
Grades 11-12

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

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

Why did civilizations fall from their Golden Ages, and what lessons can we learn from what happened?

A crowd of protesters wearing green ribbons on their wrists raise their fists in the air.
Social Studies
Grades 9-10

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

Antique black-and-white photograph of Ocean Avenue, Long Branch New Jersey, with two buggies going down a dirt road.
Social Studies
Grades 3-5

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

Photograph of Mumbai City, India, showing new construction of skyscrapers in the background and makeshift homes in the foreground.
Social Studies
Grades 9-12

Amidst rapid urbanization, how can we redesign and build cities to be more sustainable?

A close-up of the feet of three hip-hop dancers on stage, wearing colorful sneakers.
Fine Arts, Social Studies
Grades 6-12

How can a dancer tell a story about interactions between humans and their environments?

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?

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Science, ELA, Math, Social Studies
Grades K-12

How can we impact hunger in our community?

Wall of soft drinks displayed on supermarket shelves
Social Studies
Grades 9-12

How can we maximize profit in our vending machines while meeting the needs of our entire school community?

Close-up of a microphone as seen from a stage, with a blurred background of spectators at an outdoor rally.
ELA, Social Studies
Grades 11-12

How can we use our voices to effect change?

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

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

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

How do businesses become financially successful?

Image of children holding up a huge sphere
ELA, Social Studies
Grades K-2

How can we take action to make a change in our community?

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

How can we make change happen in 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?

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?

Ancient ruins cut from stone cliffs
Social Studies
Grades 9-12

Where is the line between “primitive society” and “civilization”?

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

Did the American Revolution have more than two sides?