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When funding is available, the Center provides free professional-development opportunities for elementary, middle, high school educators, university and college professors, members of the legal community, We the People Programs state and congressional district coordinators, and youth organization leaders throughout the nation and in selected sites throughout the world. 

Please read
  • Senator Dianne Feinstein's statement in the October 10, 2002, Congressional Record commending our professional development program and
  • the statement of Mary McFarland (see page 103), National Advisory Panel, National Council for the Social Studies, in What Works in the High School: Result-based Staff Development, by Joellen Killion, National Staff Development Council, 2002 .

For details on upcoming trainings, workshops, content seminars, institutes, and conferences offered by Center programs, please consult the Center's calendar for a list of specific program events at the national, state, and local levels. Subscribe to our newsletter for the latest information about the Center's educational programs and professional development opportunities.