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Keystones of the Federal Union (Keystones)is a joint project of the Central Susquehanna and Capital Area Intermediate Units in Pennsylvania, which serve 33 low-performing schools. Teachers in these [...] »

The Path Through History (Path) districts occupy nearly 18,000 square miles in predominantly rural central Oregon, a region where many schools are isolated from cultural and historical resources and [...] »

Located in western Oregon, the Douglas and South Coast Education Service Districts serve 23 rural school districts, 11 of which have not achieved Adequate Yearly Progress for two consecutive years. [...] »

The mainly rural American History Rocks! Liberty Fellowship (Fellowship) districts in southwestern Oklahoma and the Oklahoma Panhandle have diverse populations that include Native Americans, African [...] »

Connecting to the Past will provide services to history teachers within the Tri-County Educational Service Center area in northeastern Ohio, which includes three districts in need of improvement and [...] »

Shelby County is in a predominantly rural area of western Ohio, in the vicinity of Dayton, but not within easy reach of most professional development opportunities. Shelby County Educational Service [...] »

Four districts in southeastern Ohio make up the Five Star Liberty Fellowship (Fellowship) consortium, which has 29 schools in need of improvement, 66 percent of students in Grades 3-10 below [...] »

Hands on History 2.0 will involve 50 districts located within seven central Ohio counties, including the Columbus metropolitan area. Thirty-one of these districts have not met their Adequate Yearly [...] »

Led by the Columbiana County Educational Service Center, the Appalachian Ohio Teaching American History Grant Project serves 29 eastern Ohio school districts. More than 22 percent of the schools in [...] »

Of the five school districts served by the Brown County Educational Service Center in southern Ohio, four have not achieved Adequate Yearly Progress for one or more years, and data from the Ohio [...] »

 
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