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The Central Susquehanna Intermediate Unit (CSIU), a rural local educational agency covering 5 counties in north central Pennsylvania, has teamed with the State Museum of Pennsylvania and Pennsylvania [...] »

Paper, Principles, and Progress is a collaboration between the school district and National Constitution Center to enhance content knowledge and understanding of the U.S. Constitution, and increase [...] »

The LEA is partnering with Pennsylvania State University, National Association of Scholars, Pennsylvania Historical Museum Commission, and Colonial Williamsburg to provide expert instruction on the [...] »

To provide American history teachers with content and skills needed to inspire students to study the past, the district is teaming with the Rhode Island Historical Society, National History Day, [...] »

A consortium of school districts in Dutchess and Ulster counties in partnership with Marist College will offer a program to improve the quality of American history instruction through comprehensive [...] »

The project is a collaborative effort of the school district, the College of Mount St. Vincent, the American Museum of Natural History, the Brooklyn Museum, Historic Houses of New York City, the [...] »

This partnership between the district, New York and Brooklyn Historical Societies, Lower East Side Tenement Museum, and Queens College of the City University of New York targets teachers of American [...] »

In partnership with Ohio State University and the Ohio Historical Society, the district will provide monthly seminars, 6 intensive summer institutes, and a web-based resource center for middle and [...] »

The district collaborated with Ashland University's Ashbrook Center for Public Affairs to design the project, and will contract with the Ashbrook Center to administer this professional development [...] »

In partnership with Bowling Green State University and Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center, the Fremont and Toledo school districts will offer 450 teachers in grades 4-12 a professional [...] »