Resources from Facing History and StoryCorps designed to help students gain critical thinking skills, empathy and tolerance, and a sense of civic responsibility.
Consider these 10 calls to action to shape your own approach on teaching democracy in your classroom.
The news around the world has been grim recently. During times of conflict and difficulty, we look to history and remember the inspirational words from upstanders of the past—those who shared our goal of creating a better, more informed, and more thoughtful society.
Use these 10 tips to organize your own whole-school read.
For 10 years, the Margot Stern Strom Innovation Awards have supported Facing History educators who want to bring their ideas for classroom projects to life.
Facing History is pleased to introduce the 2015 winners of our annual Margot Stern Strom Innovation Grants! The winning projects all focus on collaborative learning, and were selected for their potential to inspire students to make a difference.
The full text of a law prohibiting marriage between two persons of different races in 1913. This text is part of the resource Resistance to Anti-Miscegenation Laws .
Here are three features from the newly revised version of Holocaust and Human Behavior you need to know about.
Few people know about the history of World War II in East Asia and the mass violence that took place in Nanjing two years before. Consider these three reasons to teach about the Nanjing Atrocities.