Congressional Briefing on History Education Hosted by Cokie Roberts

Postponed --- Students who participated in the National History Day (NHD) educational program perform better on high-stakes tests, are better writers, more confident and capable researchers, and have a more mature perspective on current events and civic engagement than their peers, according to the first national evaluation of the widely used curricular program.


Student Competition Inspires Tomorrow’s Skilled Workforce

altHigh school students from around the U.S. and Canada will participate in nine regional Construction Challenge competitions on Saturday to qualify for the international finals taking place in March.


Leading Forum on Creating Good, Green Jobs, Reviving American Economy

The 2011 GJGJ Conference is focused on putting ideas and strategies into practice to build a sustainable economy that creates good jobs across the United States.


Economic Recovery Focus of ‘Keep it Made in America’ Town Hall in Delaware

Revitalizing Delaware’s manufacturing base to reinvigorate the state’s economy and create jobs will be the topic of a “Keep Made in America” Town Hall meeting of local and national labor and business leaders in Newark on Tuesday evening.


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