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Adapting Project HISTORY will serve seven districts in central New York State, where a 2010 needs assessment demonstrated that a large majority of secondary history teachers need professional [...] »

Of the 223 elementary history teachers in these mid-Hudson Valley districts, only one has an undergraduate degree in American history and none has a graduate degree in the field. And although [...] »

Teachers in eight southeastern New York districts have expressed interest in this project, and its topics were based on teacher-identified priorities. A typical year's activities will include a [...] »

These schools in western New York are in a high-need, urban district—84 percent of the elementary students come from families that are economically disadvantaged. In addition, 5th-grade [...] »

In these New York state districts, teachers have minimal American history training and limited access to content-specific training or professional experiences. During each school year, monthly [...] »

This project will serve schools in Manhattan and Brooklyn, where more than half the 8th-grade students failed the Intermediate Social Studies Test and nearly one-third of eleventh grade students [...] »

This project will serve the public schools of Queens, where nearly 50 percent of 8th-graders have failed the Intermediate Social Studies test and 25 percent of high school students have failed the U. [...] »

This large district represents a diverse cross section of students and faculty across New York City. Each year of the project, up to 32 teachers (some continuing for more than 1 year) will [...] »

A Teaching American History initiative was implemented in three of these low-income East Bronx districts beginning in 2003. This new project builds on this earlier grant's success by extending the [...] »

This New York City consortium involves schools in Queens, Manhattan and Brooklyn that serve ethnically diverse and predominately inner-city, low-income students—72 percent qualify for reduced- [...] »