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This project addresses middle and high school teachers' needs for increased American history content knowledge and improved teaching skills by providing interactive learning experiences, opportunity [...] »

This partnership for improving teaching and learning American history brings together 4 school districts and Bridgewater State College. Intensive summer institutes and weekend modules for middle [...] »

Partnering with University of Massachusetts historians and educators, Tsongas Industrial History Center, and Lowell National Historical Park, the district will create a long-term, integrated [...] »

Through the resources of Teachers as Scholars, Defining Justice will strengthen the content knowledge of elementary, middle, and secondary school history teachers and update the existing American [...] »

The Watson Institute for International Studies at Brown University will collaborate with 47 secondary schools in 8 states to addresses the LEAs' need to raise student achievement levels through [...] »

This professional development project will enable American history teachers in grades 5-12 to provide a more content-driven and research-based curriculum. The Consortium of 11 school districts will [...] »

This long-term professional development plan for all district American history teachers in grades 3, 5, 8, 10 and 11 builds on an existing collaboration with the Institute for Learning, University of [...] »

The district in partnership with the Center for History Education (CHE) at the University of Maryland in Baltimore, National Council for History Education (NCHE), Maryland State Archives, Martha Ross [...] »

The Menominee County Intermediate School District will provide an extensive professional development program to increase teachers' in-depth content knowledge of American History and instructional [...] »

Ozarks and the Nation is a cooperative effort of the 44 districts making up the Southwest Center for Educational Excellence consortium, Missouri Southern State College, Joplin Museum Complex, George [...] »