Explore Three New Collections Featuring Valuable, Diverse Perspectives

| By Gale Staff | In a recent interview with Times Higher Education, vice president of global academic product Seth Cayley underscored the value of primary source materials in academic research, stressing that they are “more important than ever.” Primary sources offer an authentic, personal viewpoint of past events, going beyond the mainstream narratives and … Read more

Unravel Twisters’ Mysteries in Your Elementary Classroom

| By Gale Staff | The sky darkens to the color of a healing bruise, a sickly green that makes the hairs on your neck stand up. The air feels heavy, charged with electric anticipation, creating an eerie feeling of calm that settles like a damp blanket. Suddenly, as a distant rumble grows louder, the … Read more

Major Events in History from 50 Years Ago this Month   

| By Carol Brennan | “The G.O.P.’s Moment of Truth” proclaimed the cover of Time magazine on its issue dated July 29, 1974, as Americans followed with consternation the unprecedented crimes of the Watergate scandal involving multiple Republican officials in the White House of President Richard M. Nixon (1913–1994). The two-term California Republican would resign … Read more

Explore the Latest Enhancements in Literature Resources

| By Gale Staff | Wish you could easily help students uncover diverse writers across the globe? With the latest enhancements in select Gale resources, you can connect them to user-friendly search tools to seamlessly guide research and learning. Explore recent updates to Person Search and Work Search pages found in Gale Literature Resource Center, … Read more

Reflect on Watergate—and President Nixon’s Legacy

| By Gale Staff | Fifty years ago, on August 9, 1974, Richard Nixon resigned from presidential office. During his tenure, Nixon improved fractured international relationships and embarked on significant environmental initiatives. He was president during major milestones in American history, including the end of the Vietnam War and the first Moon landing. Nonetheless, the … Read more

Personalize Summer Professional Learning With Gale eBooks

High school biology educator and credential coach Kati Bergen sums up the thought that passes through many teachers’ minds during the waning hours of summer spent in mandatory in-service training: “Why am I having to do training on classroom management, from somebody who doesn’t know my students, when I have reached the highest rating on … Read more

Honor Martin Luther King, Jr. in Your K-12 Classroom

| By Gale Staff | On October 14, 1964, Martin Luther King, Jr., achieved a historic milestone at the age of 35, becoming the youngest person to ever receive the Nobel Peace Prize. The milestone stood until 2011 when the Yemeni human rights activist Tawakkol Karman won the prize at the age of 32. In … Read more