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Teaching without Textbooks?

Can't live with them; can't live without them? [...] »

Bookmark This! New and Improved Websites and Lesson Plans

Don't miss this new website on the the aftermath of emancipation and new materials on EDSITEment. [...] »

August 1945: Hiroshima and Nagasaki

The age of nuclear warfare began on August 6, 64 years ago. [...] »

Bookmark This! Blogs for History Teachers Worth a Visit

Useful blogs for materials, ideas and examples of teaching. [...] »

What's New on the Clearinghouse Site? Lessons Learned on Video

Don't miss new videos on effective TAH programs! [...] »

Department of Education Announces TAH Grant Awards

Thirty-eight states receive $116 million to improve American history instruction as Congress advocates TAH budget cuts. [...] »

Summer Reading: Clearinghouse Staff Recommendations, Part II

A graphic novel, maritime history, film, and a political thriller top the list! [...] »

National History Club: Having Fun AND Doing History

The 375 chapters of the National History Club make history come alive. [...] »

Forty Years Ago: One Giant Leap for Mankind

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

School Internet Firewalls: Hindrance or Help?

Co-director of EdTechTeacher.org and former high school teacher Justin Reich thinks firewalls keep students from thinking critically about internet use and teachers from exploiting massive amounts of web-based resources. [...] »

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