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This project combines the efforts of the Winona R-III School District, Mineral Area College, and Rolla University to enrich American history instruction, improve student performance, and promote the [...] »

The Starkville Public School District is the primary district for Project Impact, a collaborative effort that includes eight other school districts in Northeast Mississippi. The historical content [...] »

The district is partnering with Fairfield University, New Britain Museum of American Art, the Organization of American Historians, and Yale University to provide an immersion program in traditional [...] »

This professional development partnership between the district and American University features 2 preparatory workshops, a summer institute offering graduate credit courses in American history and [...] »

The Indian River School and Christina School Districts are partnering with the University of Delaware, Hagley Museum, Historical Society of Delaware, and Delaware State Archives to enhance teacher [...] »

The district will partner with The Center for Florida History at Florida Southern College, Miles College, Polk County Historical Society, and The Ledger (daily newspaper affiliate of the New York [...] »

REAL partners the district with Orange County Regional History Center, Florida Humanities Council Center for Teacher Education, University of Central Florida's College of Education and College of [...] »

This effort to increase student performance in American history and teacher content knowledge and use of technological and inquiry-based instructional strategies immerses American history teachers in [...] »

Participants in this professional development program to enhance the quality of American history instruction include 1 history teacher each year from the district's 57 elementary, middle and high [...] »

History is Monumental links local Savannah monuments with broad events in America's history with the help of project partners including History Alive!, Armstrong Atlantic State University, and the [...] »