The Western History Association and the Charles Redd Center is pleased to announce the that the Charles Redd Center Teaching Western History Award for K-12 Teachers is open for application. The award will enable four teachers to attend and present at the Western History Association Annual Conference, held this year in Tucson, Arizona, October 9th-12th. The award includes conference registration, award banquet ticket, ticket to the opening reception, and $500 towards conference related costs such asa hotel, travel, conference tours, or Continuing Education Credits. Selected teachers will present their lesson at the panel “Teaching the Vital Signs: K-12 Teachers and the Western Environment.” More information on the award and application materials can be found at the Western History Association Awards website.
Questions can be addressed to Leisl Carr Childers, Visiting Assistant Professor, Northern Arizona University at email@example.com.