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Learning our Past, Securing our Future: An Enduring Partnership in Excellence West Central Four Regional Office of Education

West Central Four Regional Office of Education, in partnership with five other regional offices and Western Illinois University, proposes to implement high quality, long range, enduring professional development activities for American History pre-service and veteran high school teachers throughout fifteen counties. Project components include in-service opportunities, summer institutes, and technology workshops that together will build an on-going collaboration between teachers and experts to improve instruction in American History.