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The district is partnering with the University of California, Irvine's Department of History, History/Social Science Project and Humanities Out There Program to offer all American history teachers a [...] »

American history teachers in grades 5, 8, 11, and 12 will participate in this professional development effort to strengthen content knowledge, improve instructional strategies, sustain professional [...] »

Clovis Unified School District's project will train Fresno County American History teachers to become content experts in the teaching of American History. The project will bring together 60 5th, 8th [...] »

The Colorado Partnership for Excellence in Teaching American History is a consortium of 5 school districts, 2 university history departments including the University of Northern Colorado's Hewitt [...] »

In collaboration with National Council for History Education, Colorado Historical Society/Colorado Historical Museum, University of Pittsburgh's Institute for Learning, University of Colorado at [...] »

This project partners San Luis Valley BOCS with the Department of History, Government and Philosophy at Adams State College (ASC), Colorado Historical Society's Fort Garland Museum and San Luis [...] »

Combating a 47% failure rate of 11th grade history students for whom a passing grade is required for graduation, the district, Trinity College, Connecticut Historical Society, and museum educators [...] »

This central Wisconsin district plans to provide professional development to 90 teachers in two cohorts. The partners are the University of Wisconsin-Marathon County; the Hmong Mutual Association, [...] »

The district is partnering with the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse, intermediate service unit CESA-12, and the National Council for History Education to train 20 middle and high school teachers. [...] »

Project TEACH is a comprehensive program designed to strengthen the ability of history teachers (grades 5-12) in RESA III and surrounding counties to improve students' knowledge and understanding of [...] »