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The project will establish 14 institutes on the theme of American History and the Evolving Constitution and serves 400 teachers in grades 5, 8, and 11. Priority will be given to teachers who teach in [...] »

This county office of education works with 5 other southern California county education offices and partners with National History Day, the Organization of American Historians, University of [...] »

This southern California district is will provide professional development to 90 of the 120 history teachers in the district. They will partner with Occidental College, the Constitutional Rights [...] »

This large urban district plans to use a teacher-of-teachers model in which 45 fifth, eighth, and eleventh grade teachers are taught to be teacher trainers. They in turn will help carry out on-site [...] »

The LEA works in partnership with Azusa Pacific University, the Historical Society of Southern California and the National Council for History Education to serve 138 local school teachers in grades 5 [...] »

The school district is partnering with the University of California-Berkeley's history faculty and Bancroft Library. The district will send 90 5th and 11th grade teachers to workshops, conferences [...] »

Jefferson County Schools, in partnership with the National Center for History Education, University of Colorado and the Center of the American West, Social Science Education Consortium, and the [...] »

The district and its partners--University of Bridgeport, the Barnum Museum, and the Bridgeport Public Library-- plan to establish a History Roundtable as a device to delivering professional [...] »

This project proposes to develop a high quality staff development model for 120 elementary and middle school teachers that will guide a sustained effort in U.S. History curriculum development efforts [...] »

Broward County, the 5th largest school district in America, with a diverse population including speakers of 58 languages from 164 different countries, will target its Teaching American History [...] »