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Oscar Statuette
We're here to help you get ready for the Academy Awards! Read more about the show's history, current nominees, and how to prep for your own Oscar party.Read more...
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Linus, a character from Peanuts, is holding his security blanket.
Do you crochet, knit, quilt? Or do you want to learn how? Donate your cozy talents to Project Linus.Read more...
Book cover image for "The Many Faces of Josephine"
Discover the real life characters feature on the NBC series Timeless .Read more...
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Studying for the American citizenship test is easy with ProCitizen!Read more...
Silicon Valley Reads 2017 - "...and justice for all"
How can we reduce bias in our legal system and our daily lives? Join this community conversation with a Silicon Valley Reads event.Read more...
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Sources unknown icons clockwise from top left: Thumbs up and thumbs down to refer to confirmation bias, line graph to refer to data literacy, check mark to refer to fact checking, newspaper to refer to fake news.
What is confirmation bias? How can you deal with it? We've got a minion with a banana to help explain.Read more...
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Graphs and charts and percentages, oh my! Get a grasp on those numbers for yourself.Read more...
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They said what!? Learn how to verify quotes, news headlines, urban legends, and more.Read more...
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Do you know how to spot fake news? We can help.Read more...
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Child on computer
Interested in learning more about computer science, programming, and how to launch your own startup? Join this Startup Bootcamp for students ages 10–17.Read more...
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