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Volume 3, Number 2, Feb 2003

$400,000 Grant Awarded for Teacher Prep Conflict Resolution Curriculum Integration

The integration of conflict resolution content into the regular secondary curriculum is becoming more common as evidenced by initiatives such as the National Curriculum Integration Project. Preparing teachers to effectively use these materials is an important part of this work.

Helping to meet this need, the Ford Foundation has recently awarded Rutgers University a $400,000 grant to support their teacher training program efforts to more fully integrate conflict-resolution skills into history curriculums for middle school and high school.

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