Join Primary Source’s Making Freedom Digital Curriculum Project: CALL FOR EDUCATORS TO SERVE AS CURRICULUM CONTRACT EDITORS and WRITERS
Our collaborative learning opportunities help K-12 teachers build global proficiency and 21st-century skills in the classroom.
Our resources for globalizing your curriculum include resource guides, primary sources, and classroom-ready activities.
Our programs reach thousands of globally minded educators every year, transforming the lives of over a million students to date.
What Teachers Need to Know: Africa
The 11th episode has been released! Listen to Exhibiting Africa: Museums and the Politics of Repatriation, Reparation, and Restitution here.
Legacy of Courage: Black Changemakers in Massachusetts Past, Present, Future
Legacy of Courage: Black Changemakers in Massachusetts Past, Present, Future chronicles the actions taken by African American changemakers over four centuries of confronting racial injustice as they aspired to a freer and more equal society. This 20-minute film uses archival sources, animation sequences, and interviews with scholars and youth activists to tell an inspiring story. Register for free to access the film and teaching guides.
School Year 22-23 Courses Are Open for Registration!
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Building Blocks for Global Citizenship
This set of six online modules help build a foundation for global awareness and support cultural competence in the classroom and school community.