A Grateful Milestone For Us: Our 1000th Post

Thousand Mile Tree, Weber Canyon, Utah

Amid all we’ve been doing to support teachers during this challenging time, we almost failed to notice that Teaching with the Library of Congress has reached its 1000th post.

We’re proud that we’ve been able to been able to use this channel to share the powerful collections and expertise of the Library of Congress. We hope that we’ve succeeded in our goal of empowering teachers and learners as they build critical thinking skills, create new knowledge, and forge stronger connections with history, culture, and the Library.

Most of all, though, we’re grateful to all who have contributed to this blog and its comments over the years, from Library curators to K-12 teachers and librarians to our colleagues in the Library’s education office. We’re honored to have been part of this conversation with you, and look forward our next steps together.

2 Comments

  1. Brad Swain
    June 9, 2020 at 11:29 am

    It is WE who are grateful for you! Thank you to all form the document sorting, to the research, to the web-team. You all are a class act. Wishing you 1,000 more posts!

  2. Brad Swain
    June 9, 2020 at 11:29 am

    It is WE who are grateful for you! Thank you to all form the document sorting, to the research, to the web-team. You all are a class act. Wishing you 1,000 more posts!

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