Eisenhower NHS Education Programs

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Eisenhower National Historic Site offers a variety of education programs to engage your students with the Eisenhower story. Learn more here!

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The Eisenhower National Historic Site is offering a variety of in-person and virtual education programming for students from 4th to 12th grade as well as curriculum materials for teachers.

On this page, you will find our in-person, virtual, and curriculum material offerings, as well as information on how to bring your students to Eisenhower NHS for a visit.

To learn more about our education offerings and how we can support you and your students, please email us here!


Field Trips and In Person Programs

A pink rotary phone from the Eisenhower NHS museum collection
A pink rotary phone from the Eisenhower NHS museum collection

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Virtual Education Programs

Want to bring the Eisenhower story to your students? No worries, just give us a "ring" and we can speak with your students no matter how "long distance" it may be! (Bonus: no rotary phones needed)

Eisenhower National Historic Site offers a variety of virtual programs about the Eisenhowers and the world in which they lived. Click here to learn more about our virtual program offerings.

President Eisenhower is holding his glasses, while glancing off to the side with a furrowed brow

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Curriculum Materials

Eisenhower and Little Rock: A Civil Rights Lesson

In 1957, Arkansas Governor Orval Faubus prevented nine African American students from entering Little Rock High School. In response, President Eisenhower called in the 101st Airborne and federalized the Arkansas National Guard to enforce the integration of the school. Learn more about this critical moment in Eisenhower's presidency through our primary source based lesson plan, available through the link above.

Last updated: April 25, 2024

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