While the museum may be 1,000 miles away, its award-winning education team brings the museum to thousands of students across the country each year and provides invaluable resources to educators that are adaptable to each grade.
Registration is open for the annual 9/11 Memorial & Museum Anniversary Digital Learning Experience.
An interactive, outdoor “museum” created by Woodford County High School students gave hundreds of elementary students the opportunity to learn more about important people and groups in Kentucky’s history.
The Marion County Young Historians Club works to preserve the past by repairing aged cemeteries.
Kentucky history teachers are invited to attend Teaching About the Holocaust, an event hosted by the Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center in Skokie, Ill.
The National Women’s History Museum is offering free educational resources to amplify women’s stories.
The Filson Historical Society, founded in 1884, is a privately supported historical society located in Louisville, Kentucky. The Filson’s mission is to collect, preserve, and share the stories of Kentucky and Ohio Valley history and culture.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, museums have been working to adapt to a more virtual world in order to continue engaging with teachers and students.
Applications are now being accepted for the Earle C. Clements Innovation in Education Award for Civics and History Teachers, which recognizes promising and innovative Kentucky high school history or civics teachers.
Teachers looking for meaningful assignments that include statistics across a wide range of subjects can find all of that and more by using activities from the Statistics in Schools program.