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Facing History is not just an organization or an approach — it’s a movement. As a member of our learning community, will you share your experience with others?

"A teacher had told me about Facing History, and I went to a workshop and it opened my eyes. ... This is the way I should be teaching."

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"A teacher had told me about Facing History, and I went to a workshop and it opened my eyes. ... This is the way I should be teaching."

— Tareeq Rasheed, Social Studies Teacher at Hayt Elementary School, talks about the impact Facing History has had on him and his students.

Keep Learning & Growing with Facing History

Facing History’s professional learning opportunities are designed to help individual educators grow, while also offering a space for them to learn from each other. The more educators we have working together, the more steps we can take to use learning as a powerful tool for standing up to bigotry and hate.

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Share Ideas This Week

Our Ideas This Week articles showcase Facing History’s resources in a way that is timely and relevant to the ongoing issues of the day. If you haven’t already, explore these resources yourself, and share the resources with your fellow educators, other colleagues and friends to support connecting lessons from history with contemporary challenges and solutions. 

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“The resources I'm getting from my colleagues through Facing History have been just invaluable. I couldn’t have done it without them.”
— Claudia Bautista, Educator, Santa Monica High School, Santa Monica, CA

Share Collections, Toolkits, Units, Lessons, & More

Facing History’s resources range in type and topic, and benefit educators at every stage in their career development. Share these resources with new educators looking for ways to jump-start challenging lessons, or with long-serving educators looking for resources to complement their existing lesson plans.  

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Invite Others to Join Professional Learning

Busy schedules and constant change can make professional learning challenging for educators. Facing History’s on-demand professional learning opportunities and events give you the flexibility to learn from and engage with best-in-class resources and content when it’s convenient for you. 

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Share Your Story

Educators learn best from each other. Help other educators understand the impact Facing History can have by sharing your classroom experiences. Stories from the perspective of both educators and students help provide a real-world look into how Facing History can make a difference.

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