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Articles with keyword "teachers"

Nina Kemppel

In Focus

Nina Kemppel Came Home to Lead Alaska Humanities Forum

The humanities have a big impact on Alaskan life.


Opening Locked Doors

Reflections on the moral frontiers of thirty years of teaching the Holocaust.


Encountering Bernard Bailyn

His unorthodox ways in the classroom changed the course of history for generations of Harvard students.


On-Site with NEH

An irreverent look at the nation's past wows New Jersey eighth graders.


The Danger of Historical Amnesia

Historian David McCullough talks with NEH Chairman Bruce Cole about how American education has lapsed.


On-Site with NEH: A Dakar Journal

Twenty-five high school teachers are immersed in French-speaking West Africa.


The Scholar and Teacher

Known as a "one-man university," Kagan brings versatility, wisdom, and excitement to his classroom.


Mastering Mozart

Thirty teachers travel to Austria to study the composer's operas.


Lending an Ear

Poets and teachers work together to cultivate a love of poetry in students.


"A Good Teacher and a Willing Student"

Education Secretary Rod Paige talks with NEH Chairman Bruce Cole about improving America's schools.