The 68.77.89 Project: Arts, Culture, and Social Change
Students will learn the true meaning of freedom seen through the eyes of those who didn’t have it.
The National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library, based in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, is an accredited institution that supports educators with effective and engaging digital resources for the classroom. Dedicated to promoting the Czech and Slovak story nationwide, the NCSML’s educational efforts have received high praise for their relevance and impact. In 2017, its elementary immigration curriculum, Maňa: One Girl’s Story, won the Leadership in History Award from the American Association for State and Local History. The NCSML collaborates with educators nationwide, ranging from Iowa magnet school teachers to curriculum specialists in Virginia, and NCSML staff also work with European educators to create learning experiences with a global reach.