The Library is about making connections! We work with organizations across the country to connect educators with our collections and expertise. In addition to our partners from the Teaching with Primary Sources partnership program, we collaborate with organizations on publications and interactive projects, as well as contributing to the national conversation on education.
We publish articles and essays in a number of educational journals and magazines.
- Social Education External - The National Council for the Social Studies
- The Science Teacher External - National Science Teaching Association
- Music Educators Journal External - National Association for Music Education
- Idea Book for Educators from HISTORY External
- NHD Theme BookExternal - National History Day
The Congress, Civic Participation, and Primary Sources Projects provide young people with engaging and meaningful opportunities to learn about Congress and civic participation using primary sources from the Library’s online collections.
National History Day Prize
Sponsored by the Library of Congress, the?Discovery or Exploration in History?prize is awarded in the junior and senior divisions for an outstanding project in any category on American or international discovery or exploration. The Elizabeth Ridgway fund was established in memory of Ms. Ridgway, Library of Congress Education Outreach Director, for her passion for history, students, education, and the Library of Congress.
We work with organizations small and large to exchange ideas, create projects, and advance education. A few examples include: