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This school district will collaborate with two nearby districts and partner with Princeton University, the Smithsonian Museum of American History, the IBM Learning Village, and the National Council [...] »

Through this project Washoe County, the second largest district in Nevada, will provide professional development activities to teachers in Washoe as well as the surrounding six rural counties. The [...] »

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 [...] »

This southern Manhattan school district will provide intensive professional development to 120 third through eighth grade teachers and an annual professional development conference for 600 other [...] »

This urban district in league with its partners, Queens College and the New York Historical Society, will offer intensive professional development to history teachers at 67 high schools. There will [...] »

This northeastern Manhattan school district will use a research-based professional development model combining knowledge, resources, methodology and collegiality to train seventh and eighth grade [...] »

This project will provide elementary and secondary level American history teachers ongoing, intensive in-service support to further develop their understanding of effective strategies to improve [...] »

This Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) plans to serve 100 teachers in 15 school districts in its south central New York region; concentrating on teachers from 4 districts who have the [...] »

This district in Queens, New York, will prepare 90 mentor teachers in three-person teams to help them enhance the professional development of 300 fifth and eighth grade history teachers. The partners [...] »

The project proposed by Mansfield City School District proposes to partner with Ashbrook Center for Public Affairs at Ashland University in Ashland, Ohio, on a professional development program for [...] »