IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT, JULY 17, 2020
National History Academy is still accepting registrations from High School Students to study and discuss the case, “Democracy and Women’s Rights in America” during the week of July 27-31. We are pleased to offer this program as part of the Centennial Commemoration of Women’s Suffrage in the United States. The registration deadline is July 23. Given the extraordinary circumstances we are facing as a country, we are committed to making the Academy accessible to all, and High School Students may enroll in our College Prep Program at no cost.
Rising 10th, 11th and 12th Grade and Post-Grad Students
National History Academy Online will offer a series of four one-week sessions built around Harvard Business School Professor David Moss’s case-based “History of American Democracy” curriculum, with an average of three hours of classroom time each day. In addition to the cases, students will make online visits to two important historic sites and hear from nationally known speakers. Enroll in one, two, three, or all four sessions.
- July 6-10 – “James Madison, the ‘Federal Negative,’ and the Making of the U.S. Constitution”
- July 13-17 – “A Nation Divided: The United States and the Challenge of Secession”
- July 20-24 – “Martin Luther King and the Struggle for Black Voting Rights”
- July 27-31 -“Democracy and Women’s Rights in America: The Fight Over the ERA”
Rising 7th, 8th and 9th Grade Students
National History Academy Online will offer two two-week sessions for rising 7th, 8th and 9th-grade students. Students will make virtual interactive visits to three major historic sites each week, study major themes of our history and tie them directly to issues we are facing as a country today.
- July 6-17 – Leadership and the Presidency/Civil Rights (FULL – Enrollment Closed)
- July 20-31 – Innovation/Resiliency
For History and Civics Teachers
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