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Awards of $5,000 to Texas K-12 teachers to recognize excellence in humanities education. Additional funds of $500 will be awarded for instructional materials. Eligible disciplines include history, language arts, foreign languages, and social studies. Nominations may be submitted for teachers of drama, music, and art if they emphasize the history, criticism, and theory of the arts.
Each year, Humanities Texas recognizes the achievements of fifteen exemplary classroom teachers with monetary awards.
Outstanding Teaching of the Humanities Awards
The Outstanding Teaching of the Humanities Awards recognize exemplary K–12 humanities teachers. Each year, twelve teachers are selected to receive a cash award and additional award money for their respective schools to purchase humanities-based instructional materials. From among the twelve winners, the top candidate will receive the James F. Veninga Outstanding Teaching of Humanities Award.
The Linden Heck Howell Outstanding Teaching of Texas History Award
The winning teacher receives a cash award, with additional award money for his or her school to purchase instructional materials supporting Texas history.
The Award for Outstanding Early-Career Teaching
The Award for Outstanding Early-Career Teaching recognizes exemplary contributions of early-career humanities teachers who have completed three or fewer years of teaching. Two teachers are typically selected to receive this cash award, with additional award money for their schools to purchase humanities-based instructional materials.
Julius Glickman Educational Leadership Award
Humanities Texas will select one of the fifteen award winners who demonstrates exceptional leadership in the educational field to receive the Julius Glickman Educational Leadership Award. The award honors Humanities Texas board member Julius Glickman for his extraordinary leadership of our organization and many others.
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- Outstanding Teaching of the Humanities Awards: Teachers are selected to receive a $5,000 cash award and an additional $500 for their respective schools to purchase humanities-based instructional materials.
- The Linden Heck Howell Outstanding Teaching of Texas History Award: The winning teacher receives a $5,000 cash award, with an additional $500 for his or her school to purchase instructional materials supporting Texas history.
-The Award for Outstanding Early-Career Teaching: Teachers receive a $5,000 cash award, with an additional $500 for their schools to purchase humanities-based instructional materials.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
To nominate a teacher: https://www.humanitiestexas.org/education/teacher-awards/nomination
For teachers to apply: https://forms.humanitiestexas.org/ota-application-2020
For questions about teaching awards, call 512.440.1991 or email email@example.com.
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