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New Jersey's Camden City and Camden Diocese districts operate in one of the nation's poorest cities, where 29 of the 33 schools are in need of improvement. Teachers who have had limited access to [...] »

In this southeastern New Jersey district, nearly 30 percent of the population lives in poverty and all seven of Bridgeton's schools have been identified as in need of improvement. Fellows will [...] »

A recent survey of teachers in these New Jersey school districts revealed an interest in interacting with historical experts and participating in professional development regarding primary source [...] »

This northern Nevada district covers 6,600 square miles and includes extremely rural to truly urban areas. A population boom, growing ethnic diversity, a large transient population and lack of [...] »

Teachers will come from three of Montana's largest districts, and will include many who have never participated in focused history professional development and who have the greatest need of support ( [...] »

Missouri certification requirements include minimal study of American history, so many teachers in these St. Louis-area districts lack deep content knowledge in the subject area. Teachers will engage [...] »

Located in southwestern Missouri, the participating districts—mainly small, rural and disadvantaged—have all been targeted for improvement. Each fall and spring, the semester will begin [...] »

In Mississippi schools, students do not learn about post-1877 U.S. history prior to the 11th grade, and few teachers know about or teach the important role Mississippi played in major events like the [...] »

In these Mississippi, Alabama, and Tennessee districts, only seven percent of professional development opportunities specifically address U.S. history. The project will implement a four-tiered [...] »

The Montcalm consortium schools are located in a rural central Michigan region that faces persistent challenges, including academic underachievement, poverty, substance abuse, significant achievement [...] »