The Herzog Foundation Institute has partnered with the Bill of Rights Institute to offer a new series of training events for public and private school teachers. The series will consist of three events hosted in three Missouri cities throughout the remainder of 2023:
- Being an American | October 17 | Joplin, MO
- Being an American | November 2 | Maryville, MO
- Plainest Demands of Justice | December 5 | Jefferson City, MO
Being an American examines the civic values that characterize American democracy, while Plainest Demands of Justice examines the experience of African Americans throughout history. These day-long professional development opportunities are best suited for Middle and High School Civics, Government, U.S. History, and Social Studies teachers.
“Middle and high school teachers have a unique opportunity to strengthen civic knowledge and values for the next generation. We want to help teachers seize this opportunity,” said Herzog Foundation President Darrell Jones. “We’re honored to partner with the Bill of Rights Institute in this endeavor. From its founding to today, the Institute has remained steadfast in its mission of educating young people about the Constitutional principles which support civic life in America.”
At each training event, attendees will be able to interact with Bill of Rights Institute staff and fellow teachers in curricular workshop sessions. Live presentations from an esteemed scholar expert will also be offered.
Registration is required. The Herzog Foundation will cover all expenses for registered and confirmed attendees. Learn more and register here.
About the Stanley M. Herzog Charitable Foundation
The Stanley M. Herzog Charitable Foundation is a charitable foundation dedicated to catalyzing and accelerating the development of quality Christ-centered K-12 education so that families and culture flourish.
Learn more at HerzogFoundation.com