Gardner, W. (2012, February 15). Income more important than race in achievement gap. Retrieved January 12, 2017

Zoom In’s lessons ask students to investigate a historical question and to gather evidence from primary and secondary sources of information that children can use to build written essays. The lessons hook students from the start, and include interesting resources — political cartoons, graphs, pictures — making lessons fun to teach, and understandable to students.

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