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Comment Period Begins on Changes to Selection Criteria for Teaching American History Grants


The Office of Innovation and Improvement in the U.S. Department of Education proposes to change the final selection criteria of the Teaching American History (TAH) grant program. [...] »

Flickr Update: The Commons


The Commons encourages public response to museum collections. [...] »

National Museum of American History


On November 21, 2008, the Smithsonian Museum of American History (NMAH) reopens its doors. [...] »

Bringing National Parks into the Classroom


The National Park Service offers traveling exhibits, media-on-loan, and in-class speakers. [...] »

Summer Surfing


Summer is a great time to wile away some hours on the internet. Here are some starting points we recommend. [...] »

We're Listening To


Podcasts in the classroom can bring the voices, sound, and even the documents and material culture of history alive. [...] »

American Civil War Center at Historic Tredegar Launches Education Web Companion


The American Civil War Center at Historic Tredegar in Richmond, Virginia, recently launched an educational web companion helpful both to visitors to the Center and as a standalone teaching guide. [...] »

National History Day: Exhibiting Excellence


How does National History Day influence teaching and learning history? [...] »

 
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