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PBS Television Specials Celebrate African American Lives

Feb 12 2008
During Black History Month in February, Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. returns to PBS with African-American Lives 2. [...] »

Secrets of the U.S. History Advanced Placement Exam

Feb 12 2008
Answers to free response questions constitute almost one-third of a final grade on the Advanced Placement (AP) United States history examination. [...] »

History and Art: George Washington Goes Back to School

Feb 12 2008
Celebrate President's Day with a framed, replica of Rembrandt Peale's Porthole Portrait of George Washington and accompanying lesson plans free from the Mount Vernon historic site. [...] »

Learn Outloud: Podcasts for Teachers and Students

Feb 12 2008
Learn Out Loud is an extensive site of more than 15,000 educational audio books, MP3 downloads, podcasts, and videos. [...] »

March is Women's History Month

Feb 12 2008
March is Women's History Month and classroom resources and lesson plans abound. [...] »

National History Day: Exhibiting Excellence

Feb 12 2008
How does National History Day influence teaching and learning history? [...] »

Women's History Month: Historians in the News

Feb 12 2008
Some historians who are women sometimes make history themselves. Follow these stories on Drew Gilpin Faust and Laura Thatcher Ulrich. [...] »

 
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