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Teaching American History Program Monroe Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES)

The Monroe BOCES will provide professional development to 120 teachers in 10 districts within the BOCES region. The University of Rochester, the Susan B. Anthony House, the George Eastman House of Photography, and the Seneca Falls Women’s Rights Historical Park are the partners. The University's history and education faculties are working alongside master teachers. Together they will put forth a solid content core and a series of methods to help teachers put this content core into practice in a way that will engage the interest of the students. The teachers from each district will work in teams in order to help each other make progress in these areas.