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Since 1981, our Toronto-based office has provided professional development to teachers across Canada.
We've grown our network to include local educators in the Chicago Public Schools as well as in suburban, religious, and charter schools across the Chicago metropolitan area.
Our network of schools across Cleveland area school districts has helped us reach 219,100 middle and high school students.
Our International Program works with educators and organizations around the world. Learn More.
Southern California schools recognize the impact Facing History can make when the program is implemented in an in-depth way.
Since 1992, our Memphis office has reached 356,300 students in 627 schools throughout Memphis, Chattanooga, and Louisville, Kentucky.
Where it all got started, this office continues to deliver high-quality content and training to teachers and students throughout New England.
Since 1993, our New York office has served educators and students in schools throughout the New York City metropolitan area.
Since 1997, the San Francisco team has grown a network of bay-area educators, scholars, and partners interested in helping students become civically engaged.
Draft of telegram from Martha Sharp to Boston Unitarian leadership with update on children's rescue, September 5, 1940
Use the Teacher Toolkit to introduce students to StoryCorps and oral histories, prepare them to ask great questions, and conduct their own interviews. You'll also find examples and ideas for follow-up after the holiday weekend.
Through customised curricula and educator development, our London-based team is reaching teachers and students in schools across the UK.