Educators and Students

Welcome to the Digital Classroom, the National Archives' gateway for resources about primary sources, activities and training for educators and students.

Professional Development Spotlight

Primarily Teaching Summer Workshops – 2009

We invite K-16 educators, librarians, media specialists, and museum educators to participate in one of several regional sessions of Primarily Teaching, our summer institute for teachers, this year.
More about Primarily Teaching workshops

Watch an American Conversation Now!

Link to the Cheney videoLYNNE CHENEY
A Chronology of Freedom: A Talk with Lynne Cheney about the way Americans have come to perceive their past.

Watch the Video Link to the Cheney video

Her recent book, A Time for Freedom: What Happened When in America, is an extension of her longstanding interest in the education of young people in American history.

(American Conversation recorded Wednesday, November 30, 2005.)

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