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TAH Project Database

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This partnership among 14 school districts, Youngstown State University, and the Mahoning Valley Historical Society targets the need of K-12 teachers for increased content knowledge of American [...] »

A partnership of the Center for Urban School Consortium in Cleveland, OH, Cleveland State University, Kenyon College, Oberlin College, and Facing History and Ourselves will provide a professional [...] »

This project brings the district-1 of 12 in the nation classified as having "Academic Emergency" status-together with Wright State University, U.S. Air Force Museum, Dayton Aviation Heritage National [...] »

This consortium partners 4 rural school districts with East Central University, the Oklahoma Historical Society, the Chickasaw Nation Museum, and Seminole Nation Museum to help students meet state [...] »

The project will engage 100 teachers in a continuing professional development opportunity over 3 consecutive summers. The program will be implemented by a consortium of the district and other 18 [...] »

The project enables 25 American history high school teachers per year to participate in a year-long comprehensive professional development program in partnership with the Gilder Lehrman Institute of [...] »

The district's American history project has three components: (1) 35 master/leadership teachers, representing each elementary and middle school will participate in a rigorous 3-year program of [...] »

American history teachers from 8 middle schools will participate in a program to improve teaching methodology and achievement of low-performing students. Partnering organizations include the New York [...] »

This collaborative effort to improve American history teaching project partners the Capital Region BOCES, 2 other rural upstate New York BOCES, 76 mostly rural school districts, Union College, Mohawk [...] »

This project to develop a critical mass of teacher-historians in every district school to mentor/coach other teachers and improve student history performance brings together Manhattan High School [...] »