List of funding opportunities for those interested in American foreign relations.
The key to educational excellence lies not in the memorization of vast amounts of information, but rather in fostering habits of mind that enable students to continue their learning, engage new questions, and reach informed judgments.
—Association of American Colleges and Universities, College Learning for the New Global Century
Below are recommended documents for use in classes on the history of U.S. foreign relations.
If you have any recommendations for additional documents, please contact Lori Clune, Director of Secondary Education on the SHAFR Teaching Committee.