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TEAACH Act Partner Resources

The TEAACH Collaborative is focused on developing resources and preparing teachers to deliver Asian American history in Illinois.

With their momentum, the work of the TEAACH Implementation Collaborative will become a case study for other states to implement Asian American history curriculum in their classrooms.

After the TEAACH Act was passed, TAAF partnered with AAJA-Chicago; Asian American Caucus Education Fund); and funders The Woods Fund of Chicago, The Lloyd A. Fry Foundation, and AAPIP-Chicago to form the TEAACH Implementation Collaborative. The Collaborative is focused on developing curriculum and preparing teachers to deliver Asian American history in Illinois.

Here’s what they’ve accomplished so far:

AAAJ-Chicago

Compiled a K-12 Asian American Teaching Database, including resources for topics like Asian American Immigrant Experiences, Ethnic Studies and Student Solidarity Movement, Stereotyping & The Importance of Identity, and more

AAC-EF

• TEAACHer Leader Cohorts
• Incentive and Recognition Program Briefing elected officials on TEAACH progress

University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

• Launched micro-credentials for teachers to implement TEAACH in classrooms

Illinois State Board of Education


• 2 Education Pioneers Fellows funded by TAAF
TEAACH Resource Guide for new AAPI history learning standards
• Mentorship program with drop-in office hours pairing Asian American History experts with educators

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With their momentum, the work of the TEAACH Implementation Collaborative will become a case study for other states to implement Asian American history curriculum in their classrooms.

After the TEAACH Act was passed, TAAF partnered with AAJA-Chicago; Asian American Caucus Education Fund); and funders The Woods Fund of Chicago, The Lloyd A. Fry Foundation, and AAPIP-Chicago to form the TEAACH Implementation Collaborative. The Collaborative is focused on developing curriculum and preparing teachers to deliver Asian American history in Illinois.

Here’s what they’ve accomplished so far:

AAAJ-Chicago

Compiled a K-12 Asian American Teaching Database, including resources for topics like Asian American Immigrant Experiences, Ethnic Studies and Student Solidarity Movement, Stereotyping & The Importance of Identity, and more

AAC-EF

• TEAACHer Leader Cohorts
• Incentive and Recognition Program Briefing elected officials on TEAACH progress

University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

• Launched micro-credentials for teachers to implement TEAACH in classrooms

Illinois State Board of Education


• 2 Education Pioneers Fellows funded by TAAF
TEAACH Resource Guide for new AAPI history learning standards
• Mentorship program with drop-in office hours pairing Asian American History experts with educators

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