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A photo of a white balding man with white hair. He has a full beard. He is outside and wears a light yellow button down under a brown jacket.
With a group, Labor Historian Bill Barry sponsors our Maryland History Day Special Prizes Awarded for Excellence in Labor History (Junior and Senior Divisions). We spoke to Barry about the Maryland History Day's impact.
May 3, 2022
A collage of 2 photos, both of white men who are smiling. On the left is Devin Page, who has gray and curly hair and blue eyes. He wears a blue and green plaid shirt that is short-sleeved. He sits with his hand on his hip and sits in front of what look like bins of school supplies. On the right is Michael Yuscavage who has brown hair and full beard that goes several inches past his chin. He wears a gray button-down shirt and patterned tie. Michael sits in front of a darker gray photography backdrop.
Devin Page of Northern Middle School and Michael Yuscavage of of Arundel High School were named this year’s Maryland History Day Statewide Middle and High School Teacher of the Year, respectively. The teachers discuss the impact of Maryland History Day program on students.
April 21, 2022
Headshot of Lia Atanat, a white bruette woman with shoulder-length hair and glasses. She wears a green turtleneck . She sits in an office on a black couch in front of a yellow wall with black-and-white photographs.
Last fall, the Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources program awarded us $82,188 to support a Maryland History Day for English Learners Curriculum, featuring a collection of lesson plans and worksheets. We’re in the creation stage of this project, and we recently spoke about it with Lia Atanat, our Maryland History Day Outreach & Professional Development Coordinator.
March 31, 2022
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