Transportation in New York
Photo Credit Demolition of the Third Avenue "El" train tracks at the intersection of East 42nd Street and Third Avenue.
Photographs taken in summer 1955, photographer unidentified. Courtesy of The Durst Organization Archives.
At the conclusion of the event, certificates will be awarded to all participants, which may be eligible, pending final confirmation from the Academy of Certified Archivists, for Archival Recertification Credits (ARCs), as well as professional development hours for teachers and educators.
With generous support from MetLife, this year's AEI is offered as a free program with registration open to all K-12 teachers and area archivists working in metropolitan New York. Enrollment is limited to 35. Applicants seeking to bring archives material are encouraged to review NARA-NYC's "What is a Teachable Document?'[PDF]
Applications are available here.
All applications are due Tuesday, September 25th, by 5pm EST. Please contact Mike Montalbano, Chair, Outreach Committee, if you have any questions regarding your application.
Common Core Standards Worksheets
The following worksheets, in Microsoft Excel (XLS) format, are offered to teachers and educators for classroom and educational use. Compiled by Marisa Gitto, Director, Standish Curriculum Library, The College of Saint Rose, Albany, New York.