International Program

Facing History’s footprint is global. Our International Program works with a network of 6,887 educators and 407 schools in over 110 countries. We maintain in-depth educational partnerships around the world, including in China, France, Mexico, Northern Ireland, and South Africa.

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Facing History works in schools around the world, providing content, a range of teaching strategies, and face to face and online support.

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Some of the Places We Work

In 2003, we developed a partnership called Facing the Past - Transforming our Future to provide teachers with resources for exploring South Africa’s past.

With our partner, Corrymeela, we help teachers address the violent past and divisions within Northern Irish society.

Since 2007, we have worked to help promote deeper cross-cultural engagement among educators in China and within our global network.

International Events

2018

September

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    Teaching To Kill a Mockingbird
    Online Course
    Online

    A New Approach to Teaching To Kill a Mockingbird

    Join us for our online course, Teaching To Kill a Mockingbird, which will help you bring a fresh approach to exploring Harper Lee’s classic work with your students.

    9.20.18 - 10.24.18
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    Holocaust and Human Behavior
    Online Course
    Online

    Democracy at Risk: Holocaust and Human Behavior

    In today’s global climate, the urgency of sustaining democratic societies that are pluralistic, open, and resilient to violence is more pressing than ever. Studying the Holocaust and human behavior allows students to wrestle with profound moral questions raised by this history while fostering their skills in ethical and moral reasoning, critical analysis, empathy, and civic engagement—all of which are critical habits of mind for sustaining democracy.

    Online
    9.20.18 - 10.24.18

October

  • 4
    A New Approach to Teaching the Reconstruction Era
    Online Course
    Online

    A New Approach to Teaching the Reconstruction Era

    This interactive online course for middle- and high-school teachers explores the Reconstruction era in the United States and the construction of American identity. It includes Facing History’s free teaching resource: The Reconstruction Era and the Fragility of Democracy.
    Online
    10.4.18 - 11.7.18

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