Landmarks of American History and Culture for K-12 Educators
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Landmarks of American History and Culture programs for K-12 educators situate the study of topics and themes in the humanities within sites, areas, or regions of historic and cultural significance to expand participants’ knowledge of and approaches to teaching diverse histories, cultures, and perspectives in the United States and its jurisdictions.
NOFO Webinar Recordings: The three videos below offer examples and recommendations for completing a Landmarks application. Video One provides an overview of what Landmarks programs offer and how they are organized. Video Two addresses each section of the application requirements and includes specific examples from past projects. Video Three covers budget requirements and what to know about submitting your application.
Video One (08:30): What does a Landmarks program offer?
Video Two (24:30): What does a Landmarks application require?
Video Three (10:00): What does the Landmarks application submission process entail?
Live Q&A with Staff: Join the NEH Division of Education's Landmarks team for a live Q&A session on Wednesday, December 6 from Noon-1:00pmET. Click here to join by video or call in (audio only) at +1 202-600-8430,,456148691#
Optional Draft Review: Submit a draft of your project or contact us to schedule a conversation about your project at @email by January 5, 2024. Drafts do not need to be near complete applications to be submitted for review and feedback.
New for the 2023-2024 grant cycle:
Applications for the Landmarks for K-12 Educators and Landmarks for Higher Education and Humanities Professionals programs are now separated under different application codes. See the Landmarks for Higher Education page to apply to lead a program for that audience.
All applicants must include a “Program Outputs” statement with their Work Plan. Examples are included in the NOFO document and NOFO webinar.
Projects are no longer required to develop plans for dissemination beyond their workshop. Projects are asked instead to develop a communication plan that includes participant follow-up.
Read the Notice of Funding Opportunity below to ensure you understand the expectations and restrictions for projects delivered under this grant and are prepared to write the most effective application.
Grant Program Resources
Sample Application Narratives
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