Evening Seminar 2016

What are the causes of the inequalities in our education system today? How can today’s educators address discrimination and the achievement gap in their classrooms? The DePaul University and Facing History and Ourselves Collaboration had the Evening Seminar, “One Step Forward, Two Steps Back: How history informs equitable education for...

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1st Year Highlights

In the first year, the collaboration delivered high-quality professional development, revised curricula, and provided outreach activities that raised professional and public awareness of the need for social justice. A highlight of Year One was increased levels of preparedness among teacher candidates and current educators in understanding and applying Facing History...

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A Partnership to Create the Heroes of Tomorrow

During the 2011-2012 academic year, DePaul University and Facing History and Ourselves entered into a first-of-its-kind Collaboration to bring resources to DePaul University College of Education students and faculty, Chicagoland educators, and other engaged citizens who believe in teaching social justice. Learn more about the Collaboration. Humanity’s story is told...

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Introducing the new Collaboration

Combining their expertise and resources, DePaul University’s College of Education and Facing History and Ourselves are meeting the pressing need to confront social justice issues in our communities. Through dynamic programming, the Collaboration offers educators high-quality training and resources, tools for the classroom, and access to a broad network of...

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