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Another Kind of American Idol

Explore the history of America's most iconic image—the American flag. But remember: lip-syncing is not allowed! [...] »

Lincoln Bicentennial: A Teachable Moment (updated February 24)

An ongoing reference to exhibits, events, lectures, reenactments, ceremonies, and other tributes commemorating the significance of Lincoln's life and his presidency during this 200th-year anniversary. [...] »

The Electronic Schoolhouse/LaEscuela Electronica: A Bilingual History Education Resource

New York State Archives offers lesson plans and materials about Hispanic history and culture in two languages. [...] »

Happy Presidents Day

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

2009 Horizon Report: Emerging Technologies in Higher Education

A discussion of six emerging technologies and their role in education. [...] »

Register for Your Virtual Seat: Smithsonian Education Online Lincoln Conference

If you missed this two-day online event, watch the videos from the Abraham Lincoln: a Smithsonian Education Online Conference on the website. [...] »

Bookmark This! Contests for Students and Teachers

Spring deadlines for teacher and student competitions based on pedagogical and academic excellence. [...] »

Save the Date! National Teach-In on Lincoln!

Register now for this program with expert historians geared for middle and high schoolers. [...] »

Classroom Resources: Presidential Inaugurals

Inaugural parades and balls are as integral to the nation's history as the solemnity of the presidential oath of office and the inaugural address. [...] »

Department of Education Publishes 2009 Teaching American History Grant Notice

Application process opens for 2009 Teaching American History Grants. [...] »