Every state primary school in the UK is to be sent a copy of Magna Carta to help pupils learn how the document forms the basis of many modern freedoms.
In this lesson, students use favorite family recipes to learn about history and culture.
Cross-posted from the Department of Justice blog.
Jackie French Lonergan was a second-grader at Franklin Sherman Elementary on April 26, 1954, when her family doctor, Richard Mulvaney, made history with the push of a syringe plunger.“We were called polio pioneers,” said Lonergan, 68, who was among the first children in the United States to receive the vaccine formulated by Jonas Salk to prevent poliomyelitis. At the time, the virus was afflicting
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