Washington, D.C…. Fifty-four teachers from 15 states and three countries expanded their own pedagogical horizons this summer by participating in a unique workshop. They were this year’s participants in the National Archives’ highly acclaimed Primarily Teaching Institute, which provides in-depth training on using primary sources for classroom teaching. The training has become more accessible to more teachers in recent years thanks to a scholarship program of the Foundation for the National Archives that was underwritten again this year by a $20,000 gift from Texas Instruments.


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