Federal grants to pay for training for history teachers

08/10/2010 | Salt Lake Tribune (Utah), The

Three Utah school districts will use about $2.5 million in federal grant money for teacher training to improve history instruction -- which some educators argue has become less of a priority under No Child Left Behind. Teachers in Utah will use the money to attend courses at state universities, travel to historical locations and purchase classroom technology. Nationwide, about 124 school districts will receive the Teaching American History grants.

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