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In this area of south central Kentucky, many high school students have been performing below state average in history on both the state accountability test and Advanced Placement exams, and many high [...] »

This eastern Kentucky district has no history teachers with an undergraduate major or graduate degree in history. On the 2008-09 state social studies test, 55 percent of elementary students scored [...] »

This project targets underserved populations in urban and rural areas of south-central Kentucky, where student test data for social studies have shown little or no improvement, especially in high [...] »

This northern Kentucky district has some of the state's lowest student achievement scores; educators have spent two years rewriting the K-5 social studies curriculum to embed American history at [...] »

In this Kansas City metropolitan district, budget cuts have significantly altered teaching assignments, resulting in more American history teachers who need better preparation. For each semester [...] »

The districts involved in this project are located in central Kansas, where budget cuts and prioritization of reading and math have reduced the amount of professional development available to history [...] »

This eastern Indiana district, like many districts, has lacked resources for history professional development for many years. Teachers say they want to know about recent American history, and this [...] »

Fewer than half of this project's 36 teachers—all located in rural or small-town districts in east central Indiana—possess credit hours in American history. Following a training session [...] »

Located in northern Indiana, these districts have limited access to professional development. Many teachers have little American history background and lack confidence in their ability to teach the [...] »

Fort Wayne Community Schools—Indiana's second largest district—serves more than 31,000 students in high-need, low-performing, mostly urban schools; in 2008-2009, 45 of the 49 schools [...] »

 
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