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Teaching American History Program

This project will provide Baltimore County’s teachers with graduate level experiences in American history, models of effective history instruction, structured feedback and support, resources, and opportunities for peer coaching and review. The district will recruit participant teachers primarily from low performing elementary, middle, and high schools. Partners include the History Department at the University of Maryland Baltimore County, Maryland Public Television, the National Council for History Education, the Maryland Council for History Education, and regional historical institutions.