Call for Applications: Journalism or Economics Teacher-in-Residence Position

The Learning and Innovation Office of the Library of Congress is seeking applications from current K-12 journalism or economics teachers for one Teacher-in-Residence position during the 2020-21 school year. Details about the position and application are available here.

High school newspaper copy desk, 1943

Bank book & budget, N.Y. Office, ca. 1940

The Learning and Innovation team develops and delivers programs to make the Library’s unparalleled collections of primary sources visible, accessible, and easy for K-12 teachers to integrate into classroom instruction. Previous Teachers-in-Residence have led professional development workshops, conducted original research, developed teaching materials, written for publication, and led and supported projects to reach a diverse audience of educators nationwide. This is the first time the Library has specifically recruited a journalism or economics teacher for this opportunity.

Browse these blog posts to learn more about the work of past and current Teachers-in-Residence.

The application deadline is March 27, so don’t delay!

 

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