"Teaching Southern Labor History" Summer 2005 Workshop

 “WORK ‘n’ PROGRESS:” Teaching Southern Labor History in the Classroom  

A workshop for middle- and secondary-school teachers, July 12 & 13, 2005

Make History Come Alive! Bring Southern labor history to life in your classroom with expert advice from teacher-education professional John K. Lee and Special Collections archivists.  Georgia State University Library’s Southern Labor Archives is pleased to announce a free, 2-day teachers workshop to be held on campus in downtown Atlanta. 

There is no cost to attend the workshop.  Materials, snacks and lunch on July 12 will be provided.  Participants’ only cost is travel.  A limited number of $250 stipends are available to early applicants.

APPLY ONLINE TODAY! Applications will be accepted through May 31, 2005. For more information, or to request a print application, contact Labor Archivist Lauren Kata: 404/651-3898       

Funded by the Joseph Jacobs Labor Endowment.  Co-sponsored by the Southern Labor Archives and the Middle/Secondary Education and Instructional Technology Department, College of Education.                         

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