New York Director, Peter Nelson, welcomes teachers back, ahead of the new 2016 - 17 school year.
Roger Brooks, CEO and President of Facing History on why it’s time to openly discuss, in our classrooms and public spaces, the violence spurred by bigotry and hatred.
This program supports schools establish safe and inclusive communities where students can engage in honest discussions and build their voices.
Read Cicada's scholarship-winning essay from Facing History's 2017 "Making Choices in Today's World" student essay contest. Cicada explores themes of gender and exclusion in their own life and To Kill a Mockingbird.
View lessons created by Facing History to help educators share the PBS and Citizen Film documentary American Creed with their students. These lesson plans bring together teaching strategies, videos, and activities that will help you explore themes such as common ideals and national identity.
"The new school year is upon us, and as always it brings challenges and boundless possibilities," our President and CEO as he looks to the upcoming year.
Read a scholarship winning essay from our 2017 "Making Choices in Today's World" student essay contest. Student author Ewurakua shares her family's personal experiences with racism and discrimination in their own community and draws connections to the novel To kill a Mockingbird.
For educators in international schools, like Humanities teacher Ann Whiting, online courses provide an opportunity to discover new publications, teaching methods, and other educators. Read her story.