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Forty Years Ago: One Giant Leap for Mankind


It's been 40 years since man first landed on the moon. [...] »

Bookmark This! Teacher Resources at the Library of Congress


The Library of Congress expedites educator access to primary sources and professional development. [...] »

Bookmark This! Beneath the Surface of Wikipedia


A tool for teaching analytical thinking or classroom pariah? [...] »

Interactive Exhibit from the American Art Museum


Against the backdrop of the Great Depression, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's administration created the Public Works of Art Program. [...] »

Recession, Depression, Hard Times, New Deal: Classroom Resources (updated April 7)


The internet is full of classroom resources for teaching about the New Deal—arguably, perhaps more than for any other era. [...] »

John Hope Franklin, 1915-2009


African American historian, professor, and civil rights activist John Hope Franklin wrote history and made history for almost a century. [...] »

Remember the Ladies—But Not Just in March


Women's history should be integral to the total narrative of American history. [...] »

Happy Presidents Day


What exactly is Presidents Day? [...] »

Showcasing Student Work on the U.S. Constitution


Five students from Woodbridge High School in California took an in-depth look at the U.S. Constitution [...] »

Teaching Resources for Constitution Day


Constitution Day is September 17. [...] »

 
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