While families across the country still don’t know for sure whether their children will be attending class in person, online or a mix of both when the new school year begins, one thing they can count on is this: If their children are studying American history, government or civics, they’ll have easy access to the resources they need to do well in their studies.

The historical documents, books, study guides and online exhibits all can be found at the website: TeachingAmericanHistory.org (TAH.org), a project of the Ashbrook Center, an independent educational center specializing in U.S. history and government located at Ashland University in Ohio.

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