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Discus, which stands for Digital Information for South Carolina Users, provides free access to an electronic library that’s available 24/7.
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Knowitall features a wide assortment of over 8,700 media assets, created by South Carolina ETV with a variety of partners for preK-12. The content has been optimized for tablets and mobile devices for one-to-one learning.
SCETV provides national and local content to classrooms via internet services and PBS Learning Media. SCETV also provides teacher training and re-certification in face-to-face and online settings.
The 2021 calendar features the Jenkins Institute. Formerly known as the “Jenkins Orphanage,” this establishment was founded in Charleston by the late Reverend Daniel Joseph Jenkins in December 1891. What started as a simple act of kindness from a husband and wife taking in four orphans eventually turned into a musical empire that today has inspired some of the most famous African American talents ever known.

The 2021 calendar honorees’ commitment to improving the lives of others through their respective areas of expertise is admirable. With each page you turn, you will be reminded of the legacies they have left to inspire future generations.
Archival Lesson plans from years past.
The Smithsonian’s museums and zoo are out of reach for many right now. Fortunately, the institution offers resources for both educators and students. They offer many resources and digital tools that support inquiry-based learning and active engagement to spark creativity and curiosity.
Did you know that Crane and Co., a Massachusetts-based company, has been providing the U.S. Bureau of Engraving and Printing with paper for U.S. currency since 1879? There’s a lot to learn about money and currency, and the Treasury Department has a handful of resources to help. Their education materials cover the features of currency, currency design, and the history of the U.S. bills.
As president, Theodore Roosevelt created five national parks, 18 national monuments, 51 bird sanctuaries, began the National Wildlife Refuge system and set aside more than 100 million acres for national forests. Now, you can learn about all of the national parks and monuments with NPS’s educator resources including audio, video, blogs, and more.

Who is a diplomat? What is an embassy? State’s Discover Diplomacy education materials offer prompts and exercises that teach students the function of diplomacy and the importance of foreign affairs.
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