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Top 10 Education Magazines

Top 10 Education Magazines

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Subscribe to National Geographic
National Geographic has long been considered the expert source on adventure photography, especially from exotic places in the world. For articles and quality photos focusing on nature, this is the best magazine.
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Subscribe to Mental Floss
If trivia is your passion, look no further than Mental Floss magazine. With quizzes, games, trivia questions, and other unique and random information, you'll sharpen your trivia knowledge in no time.
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Subscribe to Scientific American
To stay updated on the latest news in all of the major sciences, Scientific American uses infographics, photos, and expert explanations to keep you knowledgeable.
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Subscribe to Smithsonian
Smithsonian Magazine is the official publication of the Smithsonian Institute. Like the museum itself, the magazine covers a wide-array of interesting topics, ranging from science to history.
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Subscribe to ADDitude
With AD/HD a nationally-recognized disease, ADDitude is the guide to all new advancements, notable people, treatments, and information regarding attention deficit disorder and hyperactivity disorder.
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Subscribe to School Library Journal
The definitive publication for librarians running school libraries, School Library Journal provides management strategies, activity ideas, and other advice for librarians that work in schools around students.
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Subscribe to Children's Ministry
For the Sunday school teacher in your life, Children's Ministry offers tutorials, guides, and more to help run a successful Sunday school.
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Subscribe to American Scholar
A publication for true scholars, American Scholar covers noble subjects like history, science, and literature, while also discussing news that relates to various universities.
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Subscribe to Diverse Issues in Higher Education
Diverse Issues in Higher Education covers a wide-array of news topics and trends that affect institutes of higher education. The publication includes jobs as well as news articles.
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Subscribe to iD (Ideas & Discoveries)
Ideas & Discoveries is a science magazine covering everything from ancient history to futuristic. From the internal workings of the body and the mind, to secret societies, mistakes made in history, facts and illusion, and the many wonders from around the world.

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With AD/HD a nationally-recognized disease, ADDitude is the guide to all new advancements, notable people, treatments, and information regarding attention deficit disorder and hyperactivity disorder.
American history buffs will enjoy the in-depth stories that still live on in Americas Civil War.
American history is alive and living inside the magazine that looks at everything from Confederate generals to iced tea, and even the first electric guitar.
A publication for true scholars, American Scholar covers noble subjects like history, science, and literature, while also discussing news that relates to various universities.
If you're a teacher or caretaker of children, then Arts & Activities will provide a wide-variety of ideas for keeping kids interested in art.
For the Sunday school teacher in your life, Children's Ministry offers tutorials, guides, and more to help run a successful Sunday school.
Written specifically for dance instructors, Dance Teacher provides the tutorials, news, and industry trends that matter to dance teachers.
Diverse Issues in Higher Education covers a wide-array of news topics and trends that affect institutes of higher education. The publication includes jobs as well as news articles.
Ideas & Discoveries is a science magazine covering everything from ancient history to futuristic. From the internal workings of the body and the mind, to secret societies, mistakes made in history, facts and illusion, and the many wonders from around the world.
If trivia is your passion, look no further than Mental Floss magazine. With quizzes, games, trivia questions, and other unique and random information, you'll sharpen your trivia knowledge in no time.
National Geographic has long been considered the expert source on adventure photography, especially from exotic places in the world. For articles and quality photos focusing on nature, this is the best magazine.
Rattle is dedicated to providing high-quality poetry and essays on a myriad of compelling topics.
The definitive publication for librarians running school libraries, School Library Journal provides management strategies, activity ideas, and other advice for librarians that work in schools around students.
To stay updated on the latest news in all of the major sciences, Scientific American uses infographics, photos, and expert explanations to keep you knowledgeable.
Smithsonian Magazine is the official publication of the Smithsonian Institute. Like the museum itself, the magazine covers a wide-array of interesting topics, ranging from science to history.
Vietnam Magazine is available through History net and is the only magazine dedicated solely to covering the true stories from the Vietnam War. Though not published regularly you can follow the latest news on Facebook.
Wild West relives the history that made the American West what it is today. The cowboys, Indians, Outlaws and culture still live in the hearts and minds of historians and descendants of those who settled this great land.
The battles, tactic, weapons and "little-known incidents of the war" are revisited and examined in depth in this bimonthly magazine.
A Christian-oriented magazine for those who work with teens and children, Youthworker Journal provides useful info for Christian counselors and youth ministers.
Zoobooks involves all forms of animals, and features high-quality photos and recent news involving animals across the world.
A fun way for kids from 0 to 12 to learn all about and understand the animals of the world. The interactive activities will help parents and teachers get kids excited about reading.

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