Educator Resources

Our implementation strategies and clear access points in the curriculum follow NCSS Thematic Strands, Common Core ELA Standards, and offer educators a menu of opportunity to ensure all students engage with a more honest reflection of our shared historical narrative.

High-quality instructional materials are grounded in primary and secondary source materials curated from the Library of Congress, National Park Service, Smithsonian Institution, National Archives, Massachusetts Historical Society, and public libraries and archives from across the nation. All of our resources and implementation strategies work to broaden the curriculum, contextualize LGBT+ history, and provide real-world relevance through a cross-curricular approach. 

Our professional learning and development is delivered by expert classroom teachers who get it - you're busier now than ever before! Our intellectually inspiring training models reasonable implementation strategies and honors and includes teachers' experience and expertise. All licensing agreements include a flexible menu of professional learning and development options, including options for PDPs, micro-credentials, and graduate credit.


Contact us for more information or to submit a licensing request. Please note we use a designated support ticketing system to streamline requests and better serve you.


Details and registration for the June 24th - 25th Massachusetts conference for K-12 educators

August - December, 2019 conference dates and locations will be announced mid-May


HUE's Thematic Curriculum offers a more honest reflection of who, and which groups, influenced social, political, cultural, scientific, and economic aspects of our world. The curriculum includes digital Teacher's Guides, case studies, skills-based activities, primary and secondary source materials, unique games and assessment options, extension activities, and complementing 24" x 36" classroom posters. (Individual posters are available for purchase at the UnErased Store.)

Content connections include: Fourteenth Amendment and the Courts, Suffragists and Progressive Era Activism, American Civil War, Harlem Renaissance, First Ladies, The Holocaust, Historical Inquiry of Gender, Historical Myths, and more.