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Educational video resources for students, teachers, and lifelong learners.

Medical Technology Supporting U.S. Soccer

Dr. Monica Rho is the team physician for the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team. She specializes in rehabbing players, using technology to monitor the health of their muscles, tendons and ligaments.

Road to a Journalist: Jacob Soboroff

NBC News and MSNBC correspondent Jacob Soboroff talks about what it's like to be a road warrior, following political candidates on the campaign trail, and reporting from the road.

Changing the Game

Women in STEM at the 2020 Toyko Olympics and Paralympics.

The Impact of Olympic Diving

The impact divers David Boudia and Katrina Young have on their sports is undeniable, but the groundbreaking skills they perform can take a toll on their bodies.

Mind, Body & Grit

As paratriathlete Hailey Danz prepares for the 2020 Paralympic Games, she incorporates mindfulness into her training.

Discovering You

Engineering your world.

Discovering You: Zaida Hernandez

Zaida Hernandez-Irisson is an electrical engineer at Fischer, USA, in Racine, Wisconsin. In addition to finishing her engineering degree at the Milwaukee College of Engineering, Zaida also mentors girls in her community.

Discovering You: Michaela Walker

Michaela Walker is a research engineer at Memphis Meats, a cell-based meat company growing meat from cells instead of from the whole animal. Her job is to figure out which cells would grow the best meat for human consumption.

Discovering You: Patricia Mwove

Patricia Mwove is a computer engineer at Intel in Chandler, Arizona. She is responsible for memory requirements used in vehicle displays, such as navigation, music and communication systems.

We the People: The Supreme Court

Article III of the Constitution sets up the third and final branch of our government, the judicial branch. At its head is the Supreme Court. Join a group of middle schoolers on a tour of Washington, D.C. as they learn about what it means to be "We the People."

We the People: The National Archives

Once a vision for the United States of America, the Declaration of Independence is preserved at the National Archives and Records Administration. Join a group of middle schoolers on a tour of Washington, D.C. as they learn about what it means to be "We the People."

We the People

A guide to the Constitution.

1620: Beyond Thanksgiving

Who Sailed on the Mayflower?

Then men and women aboard the Mayflower were very different from one another, but they managed to bond together through immense challenges to form Plymouth Colony.