Slavery in The Colonial North a 2019 NEH Teacher Institute is a learning experience where teachers can explore history at a site where 23 enslaved Africans lived and worked in 1750. Art teachers can enrich their teaching to have students understand issues related to slavery in the colonial north where they construct and demonstrate a deeper understanding, and engage in the a creative process to better connect to the topic at hand.
Slavery in The Colonial North takes place July 14-20, 2019 and is open to all K-12 teachers. Tuition is free and there is a $1,200 stipend. Apply today at hudsonvalley.org/nehinstitute, application deadline March 1, 2019 and notifications will be made by March 29, 2019. Learn more about eligibility and applying.