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News from the Bill of Rights Institute: For Educators and High School Students


Bill of Rights Institute publishes Property Rights in America: Yours, Mine, or Ours? [...] »

Teaching American History Project Directors Conference: Registration Information and Agenda


2009 Annual Teaching American History Project Directors Conference follows annual meeting of American Historical Association. [...] »

A New Look at Abraham Lincoln


Abraham Lincoln turned to the developing field of photography to broaden his public presence. [...] »

Sessions Especially for Teachers at the 123rd American Historical Association Annual Meeting


Twenty-one of the more than 200 sessions at the AHA are especially geared toward history and social studies teachers. [...] »

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. [...] »

Visit Clearinghouse Lesson Plan Reviews!


Historians, experienced teachers, and education scholars evaluate Clearinghouse lesson plans. [...] »

Students and Historic Preservation


The American Planning Association (APA) encourages high school juniors and seniors to explore historic preservation. [...] »

Snips and Shoes and Sealing Wax: New Publications and Websites


Websites and publications to supplement curriculum. [...] »

National Council for History Education (NCHE) Presents Award to Senator Robert Byrd


Byrd award intended for policymakers and public figures advocating history in education. [...] »

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