American religious practice and history informs our understanding of American history, government, literature, and many other fields of study. Yet many elementary and secondary educators are not sure how to incorporate this material into their lesson plans.
In 2010, the Center hosted a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Summer Institute on the role of religion in American history. Twenty-four teachers from across the nation partnered with nationally renowned scholars to explore this topic and develop classroom materials based on what they learned. All of the materials produced for the K-12 program can be found below.
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