President George W. Bush greets fourth graders, January 5, 2004, at Pierre Laclede Elementary School in St. Louis, Missouri. (P36885-10)

Education Resources

Teachers often ask the education program for assistance finding primary sources and lesson plans that are online and ready for classroom use. Below are some favorite sites specifically recommended for teachers.

NARA Education Resources 

Whether discovering the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) for the first time or having used NARA materials in the classroom for years, explore the following resources. Pay particular attention to NARA's educational materials.

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NARA Presidential Resources 

Administered by NARA, the Presidential Libraries are an invaluable resource for helping students understand the Presidency, American history, and important issues of public policy.

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External Education Resources 

In addition to the educational materials provided by the various entities of NARA, be sure to explore the primary sources and lesson plans provided by other cultural and civic institutions.

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Archival Resources for Texas History 

Many archival institutions hold records that address Texas history, such as primary sources or lesson plans to use in the classroom.

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