A New Jersey law signed by Governor Phil Murphy in early January aims to improve Black history education in the […]
Each year more than 30,000 students visit the Baltimore Museum of Industry to learn about the city’s industrial past. While […]
Following an uptick in anti-Semitic incidents in 2019, the New York City Department of Education is rolling out new efforts […]
Maryland’s Department of Education has announced plans to expand curriculum guidelines to include LGBTQ and disability rights history. The announcement […]
Bergen County Arts & Science Charter School will be one of the first schools to participate in the pilot program […]
This week the National Historic Landmark Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn was the site of a special graduation. Ten New York […]
When the School District of Philadelphia memorialized a 19th century civil rights leader by naming a disciplinary school after him, the organization sent a message about the value of black students.
This month our rowhouse in the Cooper Street Historic District has been lively with undergraduate and graduate students as well as the ongoing activities of our staff.
In partnership with the National Archives in Philadelphia, MARCH is pleased to announce a new guide for teachers and students, “Comparing Primary and Secondary Sources,” published on the website for National History Day Philadelphia.
The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography is issuing a call for articles to be included in a special issue on education in Pennsylvania’s history scheduled for an October 2017 publication.