[Weekly EdNews Round Up] How Do You Explain Impeachment to Kids?

October 3, 2019 mckenna.wierman@edmentum.com

Just like the last time a president faced an impeachment trial, educators are now faced with the task of explaining to students what exactly is going on with our nation’s leader. Thankfully, there’s TFK. In this week’s EdNews Round Up, read up on how Times for Kids is still around to explain impeachment, celebrate 50 years of Sesame Street, see how students would improve lunch, and more.

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