The 1619 Project Education Network
Posted by Pulitzer Center on July 27, 2021
We are so excited to announce our newest partners in our mission to cultivate a more curious, informed, empathetic, and engaged public through educational programming and resources.
Forty-two teams of educators from 22 states across the U.S. have been selected to form the inaugural cohort of The 1619 Project Education Network. These teams will collaborate with one another, award-winning journalists, noted historians, and the Pulitzer Center education team to create, teach, and publish curricular resources that use The 1619 Project to foster student engagement with underreported stories on racial justice and media literacy skills. Network members teach elementary to high school students as well as adults in carceral facilities. Their content areas include history, economics, art, and food sciences.
We can’t wait to share these teams’ wide-ranging curricula with you, starting in spring 2022. Learn more about our network teams and the communities they serve here!
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