Top Ten 1619 Curricular Resources of 2023, Pulitzer Center

Posted by Pulitzer Center on January 16, 2024

Happy 2024, educators! We’re looking forward to another year of teaching, learning, and growing together. As we continue to reflect on the year behind us, we’re excited to highlight some of the curricular resources from our 1619 Education Materials Collection that were most popular in 2023.

These resources were created by teams of educators from the 1619 Education Network, a Pulitzer Center-supported program that welcomed its third cohort in May. Together, the Network collaborates with award-winning journalists, historians, and our Education team to create, teach, and share diverse curricular resources that allow students to engage authentically and critically with The 1619 Project. Each resource includes detailed lesson plans with facilitation resources, additional teaching materials, and examples of student work created during the unit’s implementation.

The resources illuminate themes from The 1619 Project while offering students the opportunity to reflect on U.S. and local history, use creativity to explore underreported issues and their own identities, and much more. These most-accessed resources—and everything in our 1619 curricular resource library—are free to use and adapt in your own classroom or program!

Join us in celebrating the 1619-focused work from 2023 and explore the year’s top ten resources.

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