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The districts participating in this project are all New York City charter schools with limited funds for professional development; this consortium will help them meet a common need. During the school [...] »

This project will serve high-need, low-performing rural and urban-fringe districts in New York State. Eight of the 10 districts include schools that failed to achieve Adequate Yearly Progress; two [...] »

This project will serve diverse New York City schools, where only 38 percent of general education and eight percent of special education and English Language Learner (ELL) students pass 8th-grade U.S [...] »

Middle and high school students in this diverse, low-income Bronx district have traditionally scored poorly on the New York statewide U.S. History Regents exam; also, teachers have little access to [...] »

The New York City schools in this project qualify for Title I funding and have significant percentages of students with disabilities or limited English proficiency. Annual activities will include two [...] »

Sowing the Seeds of Freedom in the Rio Grande Valley will serve two southwestern New Mexico school districts with significant Hispanic, Mexican and Native American cultural influences; based on a [...] »

A large majority of history teachers in these New Jersey districts expressed interest in having professional development opportunities to interact with historical experts, enrich their content [...] »

The districts in this northern New Jersey consortium vary in size and demography, and many face challenges that have prevented them from offering rigorous history professional development. Profiles [...] »

Based on a needs assessment, American history teachers in these New Jersey districts are dissatisfied with their lesson plans, particularly the lack of emphasis on primary sources. In this project, [...] »

Teachers in these New Jersey school districts recently expressed an interest in receiving more U.S. history professional development, interaction with historical experts and collaborative [...] »