Past Event

3rd Annual Free Teacher Resource Fair

This event offers middle and high school teachers an opportunity to
meet with over 30 exhibitors who provide free civic education resources
for the classroom and beyond. Multiple organizations, including the
Freedom Museum, will feature election-related materials, as well as
resources designed to inspire youth civic engagement. With Constitution
Day just four days later on September 17, the fair will also be an
terrific place to pick up ideas for classroom- and school-wide

Attendees will enjoy free parking, a full
breakfast and the chance to network with colleagues from the city and
suburbs. Due to the popularity of this yearly event, you are encouraged
to take advantage of early bird registration.

Scheduled Exhibitors:
Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum
American Bar Association Division for Public Education
American Library Association Office of Intellectual Affairs

Beyondmedia Education
Chicago History Museum
Chicago Metro History Education Center
Chicago Public Schools Office of Service Learning
Chicago Tribune News in Education
Citizen Advocacy Center
Columbia Links
Cook County Board of Elections
Constitutional Rights Foundation Chicago
DuSable Museum of African American History
Facing History and Ourselves
Illinois Holocaust Museum
Illinois Humanities Council – Capitol Forum
Illinois League of Women Voters
Illinois Resource Center

Jane Addams Hull-House Museum
Library of Congress – Teaching with Primary Sources
Mikva Challenge
Northwestern University Collaboratory Project
Open Youth Networks
Pritzker Military Library
Street Level Youth Media
United States Hispanic Leadership Institute
We the People Civic Education
Writer’s Theater
WTTW11/Independent Television Service
Young Chicago Authors

This event is free and open to middle and high school educators, administrators and student teachers. Registration is required.

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