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CHS Educators and Black History Month

History, as most know, is an incredibly important subject. That is why it is a requirement in most, if not all schools. Black history, however, is a fundamental part of history. Rooted in racism and discrimination, it is most often neglected in educational systems, or only certain parts of it are ever spoken about. There […]

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Women´s History Month: Marie Curie

Marie Sklodowska was born in 1867 in Poland. She was lucky enough to be born into a family of respected educators. Her grandfather was a professor who taught literature, and her father was a mathematics and physics teacher. At ten years old she attended a boarding school in which she graduated from 6 years later. […]