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One of the reasons Facing History educators are so successful is because we don’t simply hand over the materials and bid you well. After participating in professional development, you can receive personalized coaching and support and access to our free lending library of materials.

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Student Voices: To Kill a Mockingbird in Today's World

We're proud to reveal the winners of this year’s Facing History Together Student Essay Contest and excited to award them and their educators with over $9,000 in scholarships and prizes!

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Winners, finalists, and honorable mentions came from over 40 different schools. See the complete list of students whose inspiring work we recognized and if you haven't yet, check out our Teaching Mockingbird guide. 


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Everything you need to get started teaching your students about racism, antisemitism and prejudice.