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Individual subscriptions are a single copy of each issue (twice a year). Bulk subscriptions include 25 of each issue. Subscriptions can include paper copies and/or online access.
Online access includes:
Audio: Recent issues of The Change Agent have a growing selection of articles available in audio. Students can listen to the text being read out loud while they follow along with the text on the screen.
Leveled Text: Recent issues of The Change Agent have had all the articles "leveled" so that teachers can choose selections that best match their students' reading levels. An online data base allows you to sort articles by the page number, by reading level, or by article title.
Extras: Each issue of The Change Agent comes with "extras" -- additional lesson plans and/or articles that are available in PDF format and that the teacher can print out for use in the classroom.
Back Issues: The Change Agent has covered so many topics -- from fashion to the economic crisis to marking the anniversary of 9-11. All of these issues are available in PDF format online.
Tales of Resilience (Issue 35)
How individuals, neighborhoods, and whole communities have drawn strength and persevered to respond to challenges and create change.
What's Age Got to Do with It? (Issue 34)
Older and younger students getting past their preconceptions and reaching out to make friends, share struggles, and learn from each other across generational lines.
Peaceful Tomorrows (Issue 33)
The history of 9/11, exploring important legal and moral questions related to security and liberty, and stories of people seeking justice and reconciliation.
The Economy (Issue 29)
Understanding the roots of the economic crisis, how people responded, and inspiring stories of what we could do to create an economy that works for everyone.
Health: The Big Picture (Issue 28)
Students' experiences dealing with health challenges and their individual and community-based responses to those challenges.
Women and Literacy (Issue 19)
The challenges women face and the strengths they bring to the literacy classroom.
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