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E Pluribus Unum: Reading, Thinking and Writing in American History

Through a partnership between the school district, the Area 3 History and Cultures Project, and the University of California, Davis, the E Pluribus Unum program will address teacher subject matter preparation, coordination needs between 2 grade levels of U.S. history teachers, and student literacy needs and achievement rates in grades 8 and 11. The program features mentoring by coaches and historians, teaching strategies for English learners, reading instruction for American history texts, and coaching in methodological strategies for analyzing historical sources.