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TAAS Fellow workshop

TAAS Fellowship Open for Applications

Become a workshop facilitator of AAPI history! Teach Asian American Stories is thrilled to announce that applications are now open for our next cohort of TAAS Fellows!  Over a period of 10–12 months, TAAS Fellows will be trained to become facilitators who can provide professional development in teaching Asian American and Pacific Islander history and […]

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New Fellowship Program Addresses Shortage in Teaching AAPI History

TAAS Announces Fellowship Program in Partnership with Fairleigh Dickinson University We are proud to announce the launch of the Teach Asian American Stories Fellowship, the first program of its kind to address the nationwide shortage of professional development providers in K-12 Asian American and Pacific Islander history by investing in current public school teachers. The

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Southeast Asian American Content

Filipino American National Historical Society (FANHS) Digital archive Curriculum Guides The Untold History of Filipino Farmworkers in California Lesson plan for grades 1-3, 3-5, 6-8 by Prof. Noreen Naseem Rodriguez University of California, Irvine: the Southeast Asian Archive Vietnamese American Oral History Project Untold History: Filipinx & Chicanx Farm Workers Unite From Liberated Ethnic Studies

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South Asian American Content

South Asian American Digital Archive Curriculum resources and professional development South Asian America in the Classroom Resources for Educators South Asian Americans Leading Together In the Face of Xenophobia: Lessons to address bullying of South Asian American youth.  Six-lesson syllabus with resources for addressing harassment and racism directed at South Asian youth Sikh Coalition: Resources

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East Asian American Content

Japanese American National Museum Educational Resources Offerings include printable curriculum materials and virtual professional development workshops Japanese American Citizens League Offerings include lesson plans, curriculum and resource guides covering the Japanese American Experience, Japanese American Incarceration, and the Asian American Experience. California State Library: Internment Experience Focus on Japanese American Internment featuring rich ‘choose your

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Introducing AAPI Curriculum: Points of Entry

There are a vast array of resources available to educators and sometimes it can be overwhelming. We recommend starting with these tools, which offer a variety of entry points K-12. Sample Scope & Sequence for Grades K-5Credit: Asian Americans Advancing Justice Chicago Sample Scope & Sequence for Grades 6-12Credit: Asian Americans Advancing Justice Chicago  Hidden Voices: Asian

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TAAS One-Sheet Overview

This one page document provides an overview of the history AAPI curriculum legislation and information about how Teach Asian American Stories can support educators, schools, and districts. We encourage you to share this with your principal, curriculum supervisor, or superintendent. DOWNLOAD PDF Explore the Community Toolkit

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The Asian American Education Project

Type Virtual (live), virtual (asynchronous), in-person Grades K–12 Additional Rich, searchable curricula resources on free website Website asianamericanedu.org Founded in 2021 by civil rights activists Stewart and Pat Kwoh, The Asian American Education Project (AAEdu) provides free, online K-12 curriculum lessons on AAPI history for teachers and school districts nationwide. AAEdu offers frequent live, virtual

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The E Pluribus Unum Project

Type In-person, virtual (live) Grades K–12 Contact theepuproject@gmail.com The E Pluribus Unum Project (TEPUP) is a nonprofit organization based in New Jersey with a mission to promote an inclusive K-12 curriculum that reflects the diversity of public schools in the state. We strive to bring together students, parents, educators, policymakers, and community members to support

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