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  • STEM Day Learning Resources from Our Social Impact Partners November 5, 2021
    In conjunction with leading social impact partners, Discovery Education is offering engaging digital learning resources to students, teachers, and families to support National STEM Day observances nationwide. Held annually on November 8th, National STEM Day unites communities in celebrating the importance of teaching science, technology, engineering, and math to students in grades K-12. Discovery Education
  • Explore Interactive Resources to Ignite Critical Conversations During Red Ribbon Week  October 26, 2021
    Red Ribbon Week?takes place each year from October 23rd?to 31st?and is dedicated to raising student awareness about the dangers of substance misuse through hands-on learning opportunities. Discovery Education and CVS Health are partnering to host as part of the?Dose of Knowledge program to support educators, students and communities in the fight against substance misuse.  An expansion of

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