Explore the spooky stories that are part of the Library of Congress collections.
See how a poem can be used to bring humanity to math.
As we celebrate Banned Books week and the right to read, explore the works of Ralph Ellison, the writer of Invisible Man, a title regularly included on the list of challenged books,
Bring the National Book Festival to your classroom using the resources provide in this blog post.
Join us on August 25th for a webinar to help teachers learn ways to use National Book Festival resources with their students.
Help your students use poetry written by soldiers during wartime to help them understand the the events of the war and the experiences of those who fought in it.
You know what’s weird? Washing clothes. It’s like some kind of strange sorcery I can’t quite get a grip on. This isn’t to say I don’t do laundry. I do. Often. Doing it right now, as a matter of fact. Which is why I’m so fascinated by the whole experience. I mean, can you explain […]
Learn about Poetry 180, the project created by former Poet Laureate Billy Collins and how some teachers are using Poetry 180 in the classroom.
The Library of Congress and National Council of Teachers of English invite you to join us for a webinar on May 26 from 4-5pm EDT about teaching and transcribing Walt Whitman’s notebooks and diaries.
Join Arizona Poet Laureate Alberto Ríos and educator Melissa Alter Smith to discuss the power of poetry.