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On November 1, Algerians in Chicago celebrate the beginning of their revolution against France. The Algerian Revolution lasted from 1954-1962.
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Professional development programs provide rich and unique experiences with history. Support your curriculum, network with other teachers, and earn CPDUs.

TPS-DePaul Institute Day: "Railroaders"

Saturday, November 8, 9:30 a.m.12:30 p.m.

We're hosting a collaborative program with the Teaching with Primary Sources Program at DePaul University! In this three-hour program, you will explore our Railroaders exhibition, engage in exemplary classroom activities on the history and culture of Chicago's railroad industry, and navigate free online resources you can use with your students. This program is open to educators of all grade levels and subject areas.

Cost: Free, but space is limited. Participants will earn 3 PD hours.

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American History Education programs are generously supported by the JPMorgan Chase Foundation

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