Alice Paul, New Jersey History and the Classroom

 

Description:  Teachers of students grades 1-12 are invited to attend the workshop “Alice Paul, New Jersey History and the Classroom” on October 7th at the Alice Paul Institute in Mt. Laurel. The Institute, birthplace of Alice Stokes Paul, is a national historic landmark. It is home to a leadership development center to preserve the legacy of Alice Paul and to inspire students to become leaders in this dynamic world.

The workshop will provide NJ teachers with a way to include women’s history and NJ history within the classroom. Teachers will learn about Alice Paul, a NJ heroine who dedicated her life to equality and making it possible for the 19th amendment to pass. The workshop will include history, activities, and a preview of programs we offer.

Date: October 7, 2013

Location: 128 Hooten Road, Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054

Time: 5:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.

Cost: Free of charge

Contact: Taylor Gilbert

Phone: 856-231-1885

Email: tgilbert@alicepaul.org

Website: www.alicepaul.org

Online registration: via email

Downloadable form: no

Registration deadline: October 3, 2013