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MLK Poster and Essay contest

On behalf of the University of Connecticut Martin Luther King Jr. Day Committee, we would like to invite your  students to participate in the 2015 MLK Day Poster and Essay Contest.  For the poster contest, the categories are:  grades 4th-6th  and 7th-8th. For the essay contest, the categories are 9th-10th and 11th-12th. The deadline for both […]

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Online Conference: The Library of Congress and Teachers Unlocking the Power of Primary Sources

Sessions Include Legendary Photographer Carol Highsmith, Experts of Using Primary Sources in the Classroom The Library of Congress will bring teachers and education experts from across the nation together in its first online conference for educators. This free two-day event, “The Library of Congress and Teachers: Unlocking the Power of Primary Sources,” will be held […]

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Full Scholarship to be a Historian For a Week!

Please share the news with a teacher that the application period for the 2016 Master Teachers Seminar is now open. Submissions are due by January 8, 2016. Who: 11 secondary level teachers from across the United States on full scholarship What: 2016 Master Teachers Seminar of the American Revolution Institute of the Society of the […]

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Using Documentary Filmmaking to Teach Civics

The Civic Life Project is hosting a one-day workshop for high school teachers led by award winning documentary filmmakers and Civic Life Project Founders, Catherine Tatge and Dominique Lasseur. Date: Friday October 30, 2015 Time: 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM Housatonic Valley Regional High School 246 Warren Turnpike Road, Falls Village, CT Workshop Announcement_Civic_Life

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