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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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The personal testimonies of survivors, witnesses, and rescuers can have a deep emotional impact that stays with students into adulthood. From our earliest days, Facing History has worked with schools to bring history to life through classroom experiences around personal testimony that encourage reflection and empathy.
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The 2017 Facing History Together Student Essay Contest writing prompt is now available. Inspired by a quote by the late Elie Wiesel, students are asked to reflect on what story, book, or one person has influenced their thinking about ethical decision-making.
We’re offering $25,000 in prizes to students and educators thanks to the generous support from Holland & Knight Charitable Foundation, Inc. The contest will be open for submissions on March 1. See the contest site for dates, official rules, and FAQs.