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Lorain Historical Society

Teaching Lorain Institute, Session 3

The Teaching Lorain Institute is a professional development program for K-12 educators interested in connecting their students to Lorain’s history, public policy, economics, and youth engagement. Participants learn from area leaders and experts.

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Teaching Lorain Institute, Session 3
Teaching Lorain Institute, Session 3

Time & Location

Mar 09, 2023, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Lorain Historical Society, 329 W 10th St, Lorain, OH 44052, USA

About the event

The Teaching Lorain Institute is a professional development program for K-12 educators interested in connecting their students to Lorain’s history, public policy, economics, and youth engagement. Participants learn from area leaders and experts, engage in various activities focused on pedagogy, visit interesting sites around Lorain and develop classroom-ready curricula for immediate use.

This year Teaching Lorain Institute is an exploration of the history of ethnicity, race, and equity in Lorain. The program focuses on the immigrant and migrant groups who came to Lorain through the 20th century, the changing ethnic and economic landscape brought on by industry, federal housing policies, and the challenges of creating and maintaining equity.

For more information, e-mail info@lorainhistory.org.

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