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The district seeks to improve achievement of American history students in low-performing schools through professional development activities for elementary and secondary U.S. history teachers serving [...] »

As lead educational agency for a consortium of 64 schools, Warren County Schools is partnering with Middle Tennessee State University to increase content knowledge of American history teachers; [...] »

Collaborators on the district's project to assist history teachers in grades 5, 8, and 11 with content knowledge and teaching strategies include Texas Christian University-AddRan College of [...] »

The North Hills School District in Irving, Texas, has partnered with the University of Dallas, Dallas Institute, and National Association of Scholars to establish a project to broaden and deepen [...] »

Region IV Education Service Center, in collaboration with the University of Houston and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, will improve teachers' knowledge, understanding and appreciation of American [...] »

The centerpiece of this professional development initiative is a 105-contact hour pre-service summer workshop for 90 middle and high school American history teachers at Sam Houston State University, [...] »

Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, Del Mar College, and Texas A&M University-Kingsville, Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History, USS Lexington Museum, and KEDT-TV public television will [...] »

The America Project seeks to provide the school children of Vinita, a small isolated town in the extreme northeastern corner of Oklahoma, with access to mainstream resources. The project will provide [...] »

To improve student achievement by building capacity and sustain teachers as they become better prepared to teach 18th, 19th, and 20th century U.S. history, LEA will collaborate with Western Oregon [...] »

In partnership with the Old Town History Project and the Community Geography Project, Institute of Portland Metropolitan Studies, Department of Urban Studies and Planning, and Portland State [...] »

 
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