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Teaching the Constitution

Teach the Constitution on Constitution Day (or all year 'round)! [...] »

Bookmark This! Teaching Mexican American History with the Bracero Program

A resource for bilingual (Spanish-English) materials for teaching 20th century American history. [...] »

Hispanic Heritage Month

September 15 marks the independence day for five Latin American countries and the start of Hispanic Heritage Month in the United States. [...] »

Watch It Live! President Barack Obama Addresses America's Students on September 8

President Obama speaks directly to the nation’s children and youth about persisting and succeeding in school. [...] »

Especially for Teachers: Annenberg Media's Online U.S. History Textbook

Here's a digital textbook for teachers packed with resources. [...] »

Teaching Our Students to Evaluate Websites

If it's from Google, does it got to be good? [...] »

Third Graders and Local History

Third graders explore civil rights history in their own hometown. [...] »

Bookmark This! Our Courts Especially for Middle School Students

Is it possible to excite and engage your students in learning about the judicial system? [...] »

Summer Reading: Clearinghouse Staff Recommendations, Part III

Just a few more recommendations for the waning days of summer. [...] »

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