Teaching History in Tumultuous Times: The Importance of Studying US History

Join BRI staff members Kirk Higgins and Rachel Davison Humphries as they discuss the importance of teaching history and its role in a pluralistic society. They will also highlight BRI materials and how they can be best implemented in your classroom!

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Join BRI staff members Kirk Higgins and Rachel Davison Humphries as they discuss the importance of teaching history and its role in a pluralistic society. They will also highlight BRI materials and how they can be best implemented in your classroom!

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