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 […]
January 30th is Fred Korematsu Day of Civil Liberties and the Constitution in New Jersey, a day to recognize the contributions of Fred Korematsu, an American civil rights activist who spent his life fighting against racial injustice and inequality.
Apply for our giveaway in celebration of AAPI Heritage Month! May is AAPI Heritage Month! Teach Asian American Stories has created AAPI Heritage Month Educator Gift Boxes to help bring AAPI history and contributions to life in K–12 classrooms across New Jersey, in May and beyond. All boxes include educator guides and some fun extras
Join a small cohort of educators to become a workshop facilitator Join a small cohort of educators to train with Dr. Khyati Joshi on AAPI studies to become a workshop facilitator. Fellows will receive: Mentorship and support A stipend A grant of up to $500 for classroom materials A credential co-signed by Fairleigh Dickinson University