The first Monday in March, World Tennis Day seeks to increase tennis participation around the world. The day also teaches more about influential tennis players throughout history.
Each year in March, Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month focuses increased awareness on the needs of those with developmental disabilities.
Challenge number 2 comes your way in the classroom. The next five days we take a look at include some history and some goofiness.
We're almost always surprised by what we learn when we challenge ourselves to celebrate in the National Day Calendar Classroom. This week, we take it step further.
Lucretia Stone is one of many leaders in the Women's Suffrage Movment. Read about her and 4 others in 5 Notable Leaders in the Women's Suffrage Movement.
NATIONAL 3-D DAY National 3-D Day celebrates the art, science, and history of stereoscopic 3-D imagery. Every year, in March, on the third day of the third week of the […]
National Invest in Veterans Week is observed annually from March 1-7. We honor aspiring and established veteran business owners.
National Surveyors Week every year starts with the third Sunday in March and aims to educate the public through classroom contact, media, and visible public service.
Beginning the fourth Sunday in March, National Cleaning Week shows up just in time for fair weather! Besides a clean home, it’s a week that can produce improved moods, decreased stress levels, and increased creativity.
National Agriculture Week is devoted to educating people about where food, fiber, and fuel come from. Every year, producers, agricultural associations, corporations, universities, government agencies, and others join together to recognize the contributions of agriculture.