Sent on Behalf of
Dr. Eric Waggoner, Executive Director
West Virginia Humanities Council
I write with pleasure to say that the West Virginia Humanities Council is embarked on developing a new ongoing educational resource project, designed to support teachers and students of civics, history (local, state, and national), and social studies across multiple grade levels.
With support from the National Endowment for the Humanities’ special initiative “A More Perfect Union,” the Council is working with teachers to develop a “Civics Toolkit” for public release through e-WV: The West Virginia Encyclopedia Online.
As we plan and design this ongoing multimedia resource, we seek input from active teachers in the relevant subject areas, to help us shape the toolkit’s content and format.
The survey is live, and may be accessed through the URL included in the body of the attached letter.