With the College Board announcing major changes to the SAT, let's take a look at the very first test from 1926.... READ ON
The Library of Congress has a collection of books that would make any bookworm turn green with envy. One of their most interesting collections is their rare children's book library.... READ ON
When Sesame Street debuted in 1969, many producers, teachers, and government officials from different countries contacted the Children’s Television Workshop about airing versions of Sesame Street within their own countries. ... READ ON
Until now, the full story of the Trapper Keeper had only been told in a marketing textbook. Here's how your favorite school supply became an icon.... READ ON
Giving people access to the Internet in a public setting doesn't mean handing them a free pass to infinite animated GIFs; it means jobs, health information, and education.... READ ON
Dr. Ruth was trained as a sniper by the Israeli military.