Through classroom activities using our Women & the American Story curriculum and tours of the Morgan Library’s collections, explore how race and cultural identity shaped the women of the Progressive Era.
Join the NYC Department of Environmental Protection’s Director of Records and Archive Management for a walk in Central Park to explore the history of the New York City water supply system.
Using Harlem as a case study for place-based education, dive into the archival collections of the Schomburg and New-York Historical in this interdisciplinary day.
Explore history through the lens of archival and visual artifacts.
This one-day conference that will offer guidance and support on how best to meet the educational needs of a culturally and linguistically diverse student population in a global, knowledge-based economy.
This innovation institute will be filled with hands-on professional development workshops that focus on using innovative practices to enhance your instruction.