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Sponsored professional development opportunity! ACHE is sponsoring up to 5 members to attend the ASU Center for the Study of Race and Democracy’s (CSRD’s) upcoming Summer Institute. All costs will be paid by AHCE and teachers will receive a $200 stipend for attending.

Revealing Histories: a CSRD Summer Institute on the 1619 Project is a virtual two-week seminar program that will focus on Black American history. Participants will immerse themselves in robust discussions with accomplished educators, artists, historians and museum curators.

For more information and to apply for the program, click here. Application deadline is April 30, so act fast!

Dates: Week One: June 14-15 & 17-18, Week Two: June 21-22 & 24-25

Times: Daily Meet & Greet: 9:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m., Session Times: 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Format: Zoom sessions

“Revealing Histories: a CSRD Summer Institute on The 1619 Project”

Topics will include Black American history, cultural sensitivity, and issues of race, systemic racism, inequity and exclusion, anti-racism and transformative civic engagement.

Participants will examine The 1619 Project* and rich primary documents and archival resources. They will think together about the power of history to transform their understanding of the present and to create more just futures.

Participants will be empowered to engage confidently, have meaningful dialogues and contribute to positive social change. They will be given an opportunity to experience cultural humility and strengthen their respect for cultural differences, become aware of their own biases and transform them. They will be able to bring sensitivity and respect to revelatory histories.

*The 1619 Project was published in The New York Times Magazine in August 2019 to mark the 400th anniversary of the arrival of the first enslaved Africans in colonial America.

Money is available to support classroom programs and professional development through the William C. Jenkins History Teaching Mentor Program

When: Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, so apply any time

What: Through the generosity of the Helios Education Foundation, the School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies invites proposals to further equip and train history teachers for successful classroom teaching and learning. The program wishes to offer support in the teaching of historical content and historical thinking skills, in accordance with recent scholarship in the teaching and learning of history.

Apply for the program here: