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The University of Hawaii, Chaminade University, Hawaii Council for the Humanities, and museums on each major island will collaborate with the DOE to immerse pre-/in-service teachers in major issues [...] »

The Future of Our Past is a collaborative project that will provide professional development services to 70 secondary American history and social studies teachers serving 22 school districts in [...] »

The nation's third largest school district will collaborate with the Chicago Historical Society, Chicago Metro History Education Center, Constitutional Rights Foundation Chicago, the Newberry Library [...] »

The district will work in partnership with Eisenhower Foundation, Eisenhower Presidential Library, Kansas State Historical Society, Kansas State University's Institute of Military History and 20th [...] »

This professional development effort conducted by the Ohio Valley Educational Cooperative in partnership with 8 school districts, Teachers' Curriculum Institute/History Alive!, National History Day, [...] »

The district will partner with Georgetown University, National Underground Railroad Museum, Teachers' Curriculum Institute (TCI), Kentucky State History Museum, Colonial Williamsburg Living History [...] »

The LEA will serve as the center of an intensive professional development program in American history content and pedagogy for 4th -12th teachers-"American History Fellows"-in an 8-county region. [...] »

Project TAHOE is supported by a consortium of partners that include 13 school districts in rural western Kentucky, Murray State University, West Kentucky Educational Cooperative, Kentucky Academic [...] »

Partnering with National Center for History Education, Galef Institute, and Loyola Marymount University, the district will work with a core group of 40 5th, 8th, and 11th grade U.S. history teachers [...] »

The LEA 's Liberty Under Law program aims to ensure that American history becomes a core discipline in the district's schools. The program will provide 24 days of professional development for [...] »