2021 State History Teachers of the Year in the News

The NEA Town Courier reports on Arkansas History Teacher of the Year Kristy Brasfield of Blytheville High School New Tech.

The New Haven Register features Connecticut History Teacher of the Year Nataliya Braginsky of the Metropolitan Business Academy.

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Presenting the 60th Issue of History Now, Black Lives in the Founding Era

History Now is the online journal of the Gilder Lehrman Institute. Each issue features original essays by renowned historians on key topics and eras in American history.
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Hamilton Education Program Online May Newsletter

Welcome to the official newsletter for the Hamilton Education Program Online, the program whose goal is to help students in grades 6–12 see the relevance of the Founding Era by using primary sources to create a performance piece (e.g., a song, rap, poem, or scene) following the model used by Lin-Manuel Miranda to create the musical Hamilton.
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Black Lives in the Founding Era News, Week 9: Annette Gordon-Reed on the Hemingses of Monticello

The Gilder Lehrman Institute initiative “Black Lives in the Founding Era” restores to view the lives and works of a wide array of African Americans in the period 1760 to 1800, drawing on our archive of historical documents and our network of scholars and master teachers. Highlighted in this weekly news post are programs, resources, and other matter related to Black Lives in Founding Era.
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Register for "Foundations of American Government: The Electoral College" Workshop

“How Did We Get Here?” is a vibrant new workshop series designed to provide teachers with ready-made, classroom-friendly resources on difficult topics in American history. The online programs feature lectures by eminent scholars of American history and expert advice for teaching these topics in the classroom from some of the Gilder Lehrman Institute’s master teachers.
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Black Lives in the Founding Era News, Week 8: The Transcription Project

The Gilder Lehrman Institute initiative “Black Lives in the Founding Era” restores to view the lives and works of a wide array of African Americans in the period 1760 to 1800, drawing on our archive of historical documents and our network of scholars and master teachers. Highlighted in this weekly news post are programs, resources, and other matter related to Black Lives in Founding Era.
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Council on Foreign Relations Cold War Workshops May 8 and 15

In partnership with World101 from the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), the Gilder Lehrman Institute is pleased to invite you to an online professional development workshop for middle and high school teachers. This month's workshops feature a 90-minute lecture followed by a 15-minute Q&A and a 1-hour pedagogy session led by GLI Master Teacher Nate McAlister.
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Recent Press Mentions

2021 State History Teachers of the Year in the News

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The NEA Town Courier reports on Arkansas History Teacher of the Year Kristy Brasfield of Blytheville High School New Tech. The New Haven Register features Connecticut History Teacher of the Year Nataliya Braginsky of the Metropolitan Business Academy.
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The 2021 Gilder Lehrman Lincoln Prize Presented on C-SPAN

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On April 19, 2021 the Gilder Lehrman Lincoln Prize ceremony was held as a virtual event to honor and celebrate both the 2020 and 2021 winners of the Gilder Lehrman Lincoln Prize: Elizabeth Varon, 2020 prizewinner for her book Armies of Deliverance: A New History of the Civil War, and David S. Reynolds, 2021 prizewinner for his book Abe: Abraham Lincoln in His Times. 
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The Gilder Lehrman Institute, St. John Fisher College, Rochester Historical Society Partnership Funds Scholarship

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A new partnership between St. John Fisher College, the Rochester Historical Society, and the Gilder Lehrman Institute for American History will create a scholarship for students interested in pursuing studies in history.
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