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The Clock is Ticking.......

The clock is ticking towards December 30, 2017.  As part of…

Cursive and Historical Literacy: A Real World Example

In the age of computers and modern convenience, the relevancy…
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“The War to End All Wars”: Teaching the First World War in Schools

Please join Pioneer Institute, the United States World War…

Join Us Mar. 20: "A Fire You Can't Put Out": Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth, Civil Rights, & School Choices

In the aftermath of a contentious electoral season, highlighted…
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Celebrating Presidents' Day & K-12 U.S. History Instruction

As we celebrate Presidents' Day, Pioneer Institute is pleased…
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Honoring the Service and Sacrifice of Our Veterans

Memorial Day is a time to reflect on the men and women who have…

Presidents Day: The Innovative JQA

Guest Post by Jordan Harris Although several Presidents have…

Dr. King and American History

Today, America celebrates the legacy of The Reverend Dr. Martin…
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JOIN US! Big Business & Big Labor - Teaching U.S. Economic History

SAVE THE DATE: JANUARY 25, 2016. In this our second Gilded Age marked by international corporations and powerful labor unions, K-12 students need to understand the fundamentals of the economic history…

Suing to Lift the Charter School Cap

  Lawsuit – who is part of it – Michael Keating (Foley-Hoag),…
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Tocqueville on the threat of a mild despotism

Pioneer focuses on four policy issues that we believe are critical…

Thoughts on what everyone hates talking about (testing)

No one wants to talk about testing except the people that want…
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The Gettysburg Address at 150: Reflections from Civil War Historian James McPherson

Today, as the nation commemorates one of history's most famous…
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Announcing The Frederick Douglass Prize U.S. History Essay Contest

Your History Paper Could Win $2,500! Announcing The Frederick…
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With a Poet in Your Pocket: John Adams on Education

In June the Massachusetts Historical Society opened an exhibit…
Fourth of July

From Rum to Musket Balls: The Fourth of July in History

By Guest Blogger Ellen M. Nye As people across the country…
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Memorial Day: Honoring Our Fallen Soldiers and Cherishing Our Freedom

For many, Memorial Day is regarded as the official kick-off of…
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Why is the state not implementing the MCAS for U.S. history?

We are in the middle of a U.S. Senate campaign and, while…