Ideas for non-religious lessons on winter holidays

12/21/2011 | Education Week

Chicago science teacher Marilyn Anderson Rhames offers suggestions in this blog post for teaching students about Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa as part of world history. To ignore these important historical, cultural and religious traditions in the classroom is to do a disservice to students, who must be prepared to live in a complex world, she writes.

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