Last updated: February 26, 2015
Eleanor Roosevelt's Val-Kill
Val-Kill was a place in which Eleanor Roosevelt interacted with the community and the world. Today it's an excellent place for students to explore connections with their community and environment through hands-on learning experiences.
Young people ages 12-16 come together each summer for a week to explore writing in this historic setting.Read More
Teaching The Hudson Valley
Helps educators discover, appreciate, and share the region's natural, historic, and cultural treasures with children and youth.Read More
NPS Call to Action: Adopted Class of 2016
Preparing for a Second Century of Stewardship and Engagement with the students of Shaker Jr/Sr High School in Latham, NY.Read More
"FDR, Eleanor, and Teddy: Teaching the Roosevelts"
An educational blog for teachers.Read More
Teaching with Historic Places Lesson Plans
First Lady of the World: Eleanor Roosevelt at Val-Kill.Read More