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The Anchorage Teaching American History Project is a 3-year professional development initiative designed to create 40 teacher and 5 administrator leaders in American History. Partnering with the [...] »

This professional development effort designed to boost student achievement in American history and increase teacher knowledge, confidence, teaching skills, and classroom management-will provide U.S. [...] »

Opelika City Schools is partnering with Auburn City Schools, Auburn University and the Museum of East Alabama to establish the "American Heritage Academy" to serve 102 teachers of Alabama State [...] »

The district will partner with National History Day, University of Arkansas at Little Rock's Department of History, Colonial Williamsburg, Kagan Professional Development, and Central High Historic [...] »

In collaboration with Northern Arizona University and Arizona K-12 Learning Center, the district will serve as a model development and implementation site for teaching American history. Resulting [...] »

Through a partnership between the school district, the Area 3 History and Cultures Project, and the University of California, Davis, the E Pluribus Unum program will address teacher subject matter [...] »

A district-wide effort to improve teaching and learning in American history, the Voices program covering history content and instructional strategies is available to all American history teachers in [...] »

This professional development program targets 8th and 11th grade U.S. teachers in low-performing schools in a 143,000-student district. Its thematic framework-"what does it mean to be a good citizen [...] »

The Philadelphia school district will partner with Temple University, the Atwater Kent Museum and International Historical Park to conduct a professional development project for teachers in 8th, 11th [...] »

This grant will serve 8th and 11th grade teachers. These teachers will gain: knowledge of the importance and analysis of primary resource documents; the uses of technology in document analysis; [...] »