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Celebration of Teaching & Learning
Come share your knowledge and be inspired at The Celebration of Teaching & Learning 2012! The Celebration—presented by THIRTEEN and WLIW21—is a premier professional development conference that brings together the world's best thinkers, practitioners, and more than 10,000 educators to share their passion for teaching and learning. This two-day experience for educators happens March 16-17, 2012 at the Hilton New York in New York City.

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PBS programs for use in the classroom at both the middle school and high school levels. From Math, Science, Social Studies, Language Arts, and Art, there is something of interest for every teacher. Each site offers lesson plans, multimedia presentations and other resources.
The Celebration of Teaching & Learning

Celebration Visit the Celebration of
Teaching and Learning
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Featured Site: No Tomorrow
No Tomorrow

NO TOMORROW, a sequel to the recent PBS documentary, AGING OUT, explores how the documentary unexpectedly played a defining role in a chilling death penalty trial. The Viewer’s Guide to the program includes resources that further explore the death penalty on a global scale as well as topics of discussion surrounding key issues raised in the film.

Resources available in the Viewers Guide include:

  • A map of states with pending legislation on capital punishment
  • A world map indicating countries with the death penalty
  • Related Supreme Court rulings
  • Public polls expressing opinions on the subject
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To view the full NO TOMORROW documentary online, and to download the NO TOMORROW Viewers Guide, visit:

Free Downloadable Videos

Vital Visit the VITAL New York web site to access over 2,000 free videos and lesson plans for your classroom. We're adding over 70 new resources this summer, including collections covering topics in U.S. History, the Supreme Court, and World Religions.

Special Offers
From discussion guides to comic books, please visit this page to see what we are offering.