New York - Participating Schools

New York Region Participating Schools

Facing History is incorporated into the curriculum in a variety of ways. It is taught in middle schools and in high schools; as an entire course, or infused into existing courses; as an elective, or as part of the core curriculum; in social studies, language arts, or as an interdisciplinary course. Facing History program associates work with teachers to help them use our materials in the most appropriate ways.

New York

New England - Participating Schools

Facing History is incorporated into the curriculum in a variety of ways. It is taught in middle schools and in high schools; as an entire course, or infused into existing courses; as an elective, or as part of the core curriculum; in social studies, language arts, or as an interdisciplinary course. Facing History program associates work with teachers to help them use our materials in the most appropriate ways.

These are area schools where one or more teachers have developed a Facing History unit or course, or are incorporating Facing History materials into their curriculum:

New England

Memphis - Participating Schools

Facing History is incorporated into the curriculum in a variety of ways. It is taught in middle schools and in high schools; as an entire course, or infused into existing courses; as an elective, or as part of the core curriculum; in social studies, language arts, or as an interdisciplinary course. Facing History program associates work with teachers to help them use our materials in the most appropriate ways.

These are area schools where one or more teachers have developed a Facing History unit or course, or are incorporating Facing History materials into their curriculum:

Memphis

Los Angeles - Participating Schools

Facing History and Ourselves works with middle and high school teachers in history, language arts, government, arts, and elective courses. We also work in school and district-wide partnerships to achieve maximum impact on school culture and curriculum. In Los Angeles, included among those schools are:

2012-2013 Carson Network Schools:
Academy of Medical Arts at Carson High School
The Academy of Medical and Health Services, Roosevelt Senior High School
Animo Jackie Robinson, Green Dot Charter
Animo Ralph Bunche, Green Dot Charter

Los Angeles

London - Participating Schools

The National Curriculum for England, implemented in September 2008, has given teachers and schools the opportunity to rethink how subjects fit into the broader meaning of educational experience for students. Developments such as the cross-curricular themes of the National Curriculum, the duty to promote Community Cohesion as well as government initiatives such as Preventing Violent Extremism (known as the Prevent Agenda) are reminders of the important work education can do to help students become active and engaged citizens in their communities.

London

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