Dive into hundreds of classroom-ready and standards-aligned resources exploring natural history, politics, civil rights, industry, agriculture and conflicts are ready for use with your students. Explore the video, images, stories, activities and first-person accounts that make Iowa a unique state.
Learn how the NAWSA (led by Carrie Chapman Catt), with President Wilson’s help, got the 19th Amendment ratified.
Explore the life of Iowan, Alexander Clark from school desegregation to U.S. Ambassador to Liberia.
Learn more about Iowan Carrie Chapman Catt’s compelling life story and the suffrage movement.
Explore Freedom Summer, the 1964 voter registration drive to register Black voters in Mississippi.
Learn about scientist, teacher, humanitarian, environmentalist and artist George Washington Carver.
Explore how Iowa became a testing ground and the first electoral event for presidential candidates.
Go on an educational exploration of Iowa’s natural environments and environmental challenges.
Explore the people, places and events in Iowa history.
Explore how the 19th Amendment came to be by looking closer at the strong women who created and lead the NAWSA.
Billions of dollars move through the agricultural marketplace each year. Explore the government’s role in agriculture.
Explore photos and first-person accounts of farm life during the Great Depression and the early twentieth century.
Examine the economic and personal disasters that afflicted the agriculture sector in the 1980s.
Learn about the historic battle that led to free speech rights for public school students.