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Mar 27, 2020

History can give us real insight into the problems that face America. In this webinar, we explored several good and bad examples of presidents in times of crisis, hoping to see the qualities and actions that distinguish presidential leadership at its best.

Speakers for this program were Dr. Jeff Sikkenga, of Ashland...


Mar 24, 2020

Julia Fuette, 2012 graduate of our MAHG program, took some time to talk with Jeremy Gypton, Teacher Programs Manager, about her experience with and perspectives on teaching online. Formerly a traditional classroom social studies teacher, Julia now teaches fully online, in both synchronous and asynchronous formats....


Mar 19, 2020

TAH provided a special week-day webinar on a timely topic for teachers of history and government: the 1918 Flu Pandemic. Beginning during the last months of World War 1, a new strain of the H1N1 virus  infected over 500 million people worldwide and led to at least 50 million deaths. It spread as far as remote Pacific...



Mar 5, 2020

Live show aired at at 11am, Saturday, 4 APR 2020, exploring the truth and legend of Douglas MacArthur, perhaps America's most consequential 20th Century military leader.

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