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Civil Rights and Civil Wrongs: Teaching Portland's Black History through Primary Sources
When: August 13, 2019 - August 15, 2019
Where: The Cottonwood School of Civics and Science, Portland, OR
Who should apply: The curriculum is geared towards middle school, but elementary and high school teachers are welcome to attend. We also encourage librarians, curriculum coordinators, and educators in leadership positions to apply.
What you will learn: Engaging strategies for teaching Portland's Black history using primary sources

Participants will receive:

-Access to the curriculum online, containing over 100 primary sources
-Library of Congress resources and strategies
-Coaching in culturally responsive teaching practices
-Several additional resource books
-24 PD units
-Light breakfast and lunch included
-Limited number of stipends available to help with travel costs
-Opportunity for networking and continued support into the next school year

Applications will be accepted until May 31st, 2019.

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