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Photo. Teachers discussing lessons over lunch. TAH: Pursuing Justice Grant

One need only attend the TAH directors’ meeting to see how many permutations these grants take. [...] »

Photo, Work with schools, Yorkville Branch : class visit, ca. 1910. Flickr

Teaching American History (TAH) has been an exciting opportunity for me in several ways. . . [...] »

Photo, "Eat Money," waɪ.tiː, August 7, 2007, Flickr

Three years to spend nearly a million dollars [. . . ]. What could go wrong? [...] »

Photo, Students at Washington High School at class, Flicr

Before beginning my first Teaching American History (TAH) grant in 2003, I was a struggling new teacher . . . [...] »

Photo, Deaf school children - dancing. Flickr

Opening lines of communication at the state or regional level encourages the sharing of best practices, offers support to TAH directors new and old, and strengthens the overall TAH community . . . [...] »

Photo, Grant members discussing. Peopling the American Past: CHNM

Collaboration is the key! Conduct feedback with your teachers, not upon them, to build mutual respect. [...] »

 
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