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This project will serve the Florida Keys—1,700 islands spread over 120 miles. A 2010 survey determined that only two percent of upper-elementary and middle school American history teachers in [...] »

As it neared the end of a Teaching American History grant for teachers in Grades 8, 11 and 12, and as the state completed a new social studies curriculum, this north-central Florida district [...] »

In 2008-09, this district had an average of only 14.2 percent of students in Grades 8 and 11 proficient in American history. Teachers will be able to participate in a variety of weekend institutes [...] »

A survey demonstrated that more than one-third of social studies teachers in Washington, D.C., have less than three years of experience. Each year, teachers will attend a summer institute at American [...] »

These districts—the two largest in Delaware—are rated below target in terms of Adequate Yearly Progress. In addition, their American history teachers lack adequate preparation in their [...] »

This Connecticut consortium includes the high-need urban district of New Haven and the surrounding urban fringe. Out of nearly 70,000 students, these districts have 11,780 who are designated as [...] »

The districts participating in A Nation Among Nations cover an area of 450 square miles; 70 percent of students come from military families, nearly half of the students come from families living in [...] »

These districts serve the Colorado Springs metro area, which has seen recent influxes of new teachers and students; many are new to the United States and lack awareness of the country's history and [...] »

This district on the northeast corner of the San Francisco Bay area includes five cities and six unincorporated areas. One-third of the ethnically and linguistically diverse students are limited [...] »

This California county is halfway between San Francisco and Sacramento, and its population reflects the state's economic and ethnic diversity. Lack of teacher preparation to teach history is [...] »