The 1619 Project Education Network is the Pulitzer Center’s response to feedback and requests from thousands of educators nationwide about the need for support, guidance, and networking opportunities as they implement resources from 1619 in their classrooms. The 1619 Project Education Network consists of cohorts of educators from across the country who collaborate together with award winning journalists, historians, and our Pulitzer Center education team to create, teach, and share curricular resources that allow students to engage authentically and critically with the world.

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MEET THE 2022 COHORT

Forty teams of educators from across the United States have been selected to form the second cohort of The 1619 Project Education Network.

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