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Funded by a grant from the Library of Congress, Teaching with Primary Sources, Northern Virginia (TPSNVA) serves K-12 teachers throughout Arlington, Alexandria, Fairfax and Falls Church schools as well as other Virginia school systems. TPSNVA provides free professional development programs to connect teachers to the Library's rich, digitized primary source materials and resources to help teachers design challenging, inquiry-based instruction.

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Presidents Day Open House and More Teaching Resources
Twice each year, the Library of Congress holds a Main Reading Room Open House to share information about  the Library’s resources in this magnificent space.
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Get Rich Quick! Primary Sources - The California Gold Rush
Fine rich resources to teach about the California Gold Rush at the Library of Congress.
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Contact Information

Sherry Levitt, Executive Director
Email: info@tpsnva.org

Cynthia Szwajkowski, Ph.D.
Assistant Director
Email: info@tpsnva.org

Phone:
703-294-6270

Address:
131 Park Street, N.E.
Vienna, VA 22180

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