Tour our exhibition Women March, and participate in hands-on classroom activities using our Women & the American Story curriculum to discuss women’s experiences from coverture to the 19th Amendment to the debates surrounding women’s rights today.
Visit our new presidential history gallery, which presents a series of presidential policy case studies as a way of unpacking the ever-changing role of the Executive branch in our nation’s history.
Brooklyn Public Library’s Brooklyn Connections and Brooklyn Museum educators will examine the juxtaposition of how and who has told Native American history past and present. Receive an insider’s tour of the exhibition and correspond archival materials.
Explore this new K-12 collaborative grant opportunity for public school libraries.
Join this session to learn how to teach our students to be savvy analyzers and critical readers of information in an age of misleading, manipulated, and biased news and media.
Examine what copyright is, what is allowable in a classroom under copyright, what are licenses and trademarks, and how intellectual property right laws are playing out in society.