Virtual Summer Program with Constitutional Scholars
This summer, educators can join other teachers from around the country and constitutional scholars from across the philosophical spectrum for virtual summer educator programs with the National Constitution Center. During these programs, educators work with content experts to deepen their knowledge of the history and modern understandings of constitutional topics. Working with master teachers and the education teams from the Constitution Center, participants discover and develop innovative, nonpartisan ways to make the content relevant to their students. Educators gain new content knowledge, teaching tools, classroom-ready resources, and new skills for improving constitutional literacy. These summer programs are open to educators working with students in grades 5–12 at public, charter, independent, parochial, and other schools. They are free to attend, but applications are required.
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The National Science Foundation (NSF) is awarding a total of $39 million to establish four new university-based alliances focused on the preparation and inclusion of individuals from historically underrepresented groups for careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).