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The Frontiers of American History (Frontiers) districts serve Michigan's state capital and the surrounding region. Performance on state history tests has generally been poor—across consortium [...] »

The 42 districts in this consortium sit close to the southern tip of Lake Michigan, almost directly across the lake from Chicago. Twelve districts are high priority; that is, they have schools in [...] »

Worcester Public Schools in Massachusetts serves a significant population of immigrants and English Language Learners in high-need urban schools where many teachers are teaching U.S. history for the [...] »

These western Massachusetts districts are a mix of rural and urban geography. They have a total of 20 schools in need of improvement, corrective action, or restructuring, and teachers need and want [...] »

The South Hadley School District, in consortium with other small districts in western Massachusetts, designed Making History to meet the needs of a rural, underserved area where 28 schools are [...] »

History Connected is being implemented through a consortium of nine school districts in southeastern Pennsylvania. Eighteen low-performing schools within the consortium will be given preference [...] »

High-stakes tests, budget cuts, and underprepared teachers are impacting these Massachusetts districts, where neighborhoods range from middle class to working class to under-resourced. Some districts [...] »

Four of the five Becoming America districts are on the urban rim of Boston, and the fifth is a suburban district. The four urban rim districts have large multicultural populations resulting from [...] »

The CHARMS Collaborative in Massachusetts is instituting A More Perfect Union in consortium with selected school districts from the Bi-County and North River Collaboratives. The program will work [...] »

Teachers in five public school districts in Massachusetts—Burlington, Bedford, Lexington, Woburn, and Somerville—have identified professional development in American history as a "high [...] »