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Center on History and Education
Teachers College, Columbia University
From its founding, the Center on History and Education has aspired to contribute to conversation among teachers, school administrators, and teacher educators about the relationship between history and the well-being of American democracy. In the years since its founding, the Center has developed and supported a variety of projects that aligns with these aspirations. Below are links that catalogue and document this work, which has included professional development workshops for educators, film screenings, public lectures, research projects, and more.
The Center on History and Education is thankful to Dr. Bette Weneck for her years serving as Associate Director and for her leadership in advancing the Center's initiatives. These included Events, as noted in the link below, and Projects such as Living and Learning: The History of Education in New York City, and the interactive mapping project Writ Large, which traces important learning settings in New York City over its educational history.