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This index lists the title, publication, and publication date for past articles posted to izzit.org, along with the full text of the accompanying discussion questions. Due to copyright restrictions, we do not archive articles on izzit.org. In most cases it is possible to retrieve articles by doing a web search for the title of the article. Please email currentevents@izzit.org if you need assistance.

Please Note: Current Events lessons are archived for ONE YEAR. A year after posting, the article link and questions will be automatically DELETED from our archive. If you like a lesson and want to use it again in the future, SAVE it to your computer, or print it.

izzit.org Post Date Article Title Publisher Date Published Readablility Discussion Questions
11/2/2021 It doesn’t take a concussion for head hits to harm young brains Science News For Students 10/25/2021 7.6 View
11/3/2021 Groundwater pumping is draining rivers and streams worldwide Science News For Students 11/6/2020 7.4 View
11/8/2021 NASA’s Perseverance rover grabbed its first Martian rocks Science News For Students 11/1/2021 7.0 View
11/16/2021 A growing share of teens feels lonely at school Science News For Students 11/5/2021 7.1 View
11/23/2021 Here’s how some sea-loving trees ended up far from the coast Science News For Students 11/17/2021 7.8 View
11/30/2021 Someday soon, smartwatches may know you’re sick before you do Science News For Students 11/22/2021 8.1 View
12/14/2021 Meat-eating bees have something in common with vultures Science News For Students 12/8/2021 6.9 View
1/3/2022 Astronomers may have found first known planet in another galaxy Science News For Students 12/14/2021 6.9 View
1/11/2022 Scientists discover the first true millipede Science News For Students 1/5/2022 6.0 View
1/18/2022 To excel at basketball, it’s mind over matter Science News For Students 1/7/2022 7.2 View
1/25/2022 In blazing heat, some plants open leaf pores — and risk death Science News For Students 1/14/2022 5.6 View
2/1/2022 Recycling a climate-warming gas could make 'greener' farmed fish Science News For Students 1/19/2022 8.1 View
2/7/2022 The ‘Doomsday’ glacier may soon trigger a dramatic sea-level rise Science News For Students 1/24/2022 7.0 View
2/2/2022 Why are bird eggs in cold climates darker colored? Science News For Students 12/6/2021 7.2 View