Russian & Eurasian Studies

The Outreach Program of the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies serves K-12 public, private and charter schools in the greater New England area in providing resources for teaching about Russia, Eastern Europe and Central Asia. The US Department of Education funds these activities under its Title VI grant, which designates a number of universities as National Resource Centers. The Outreach Program is staffed by Outreach Director Cris Martin and Outreach Assistant Nicole Rivett, who assist educators and students in a variety of ways. Some of the OP’s most commonly utilized resources include:   The Source, a monthly email newsletter Outreach Program News, a biannual print newsletter Teacher workshops Classroom visits Books Videos Other materials Downloads, including the new GULAG curriculum unit For more information please visit Davis Center for Rusian & Eurasian Studies-...

Free Webinars for Geography Skills Map June 1-12

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills is hosting a series of Free Webinars until June 12. NCGE developed the Geography Skills map for the 21st century. Today the speaker is Dr. Steven Paine, West Virginia Superintendent of Schools, with the topic Global 21: Students deserve it. The world demands it. To register for the webinar information, refer to The Partnership for 21st Century Skills info@21stcenturyskills.org. Cyber...