What Disneyland Looked Like in 1950s

Nearly 3 decades after Walt Disney’s Mickey Mouse first debuted, Disneyland opened its doors. On July 17, 1955, it officially welcomed families to a magical place where they can have fun and let their imagination roam free...

 

Why to Become an Art Teacher: Benefits You Can’t Deny

Often being called “an elective,” art seems less important to students than other classes. Young people underestimate the true role of this subject. Art combines many aspects, such as painting, music...

 

The Role of Science Education in a Changing World

Students come across different choices of subjects in their academic lives, which shape their eventual career and academic paths.

 

Motorcycle Chariot Racing in the Past

Motorcycles were used to be called “iron steeds.” Riders of old took the cool name literally and organized adrenaline-pumping motorcycle chariot racing.

 

What FBI’s Filing System Looks Like During World War II

The following photos give us a fascinating look inside the FBI’s overflow filing system. Housed during World War II in the Washington, D.C. Armory, the FBI’s archive collected over 23 million cards and 10 million fingerprint...

 

See These Rare Photos of 22 Indigenous Tribes Before They Disappear

Photographer Jimmy Nelson traveled the world to document the cultures of indigenous tribes at risk of disappearing. It took him over four years to complete his project and the result is the brilliant book “Before They Pass...

 
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