The Ford’s Theatre Society education initiatives explore the leadership and legacy of Abraham Lincoln and the world of Civil War Washington through performance and engagement with primary sources.
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Students can engage in a wide range of learning opportunities through on- and off-site and web-based resources.
Ford’s Theatre's education professionals work with teachers to develop a set of meaningful and useful learning tools focused on teaching history and leadership to middle and high school students.
Designed to provide special opportunities for visitors, young and old and in-between, to delve into Civil War history and the presidency of Abraham Lincoln. Whether through a play, a walk, an interactive booklet or a talk by a historian or a young orator, we hope you’ll join us for Family Programs at Ford’s!
Using live, interactive video-conferencing, Ford’s Theatre brings the story of President Lincoln’s assassination and the world of Civil War Washington into classrooms across the nation.
Watch our 2014 Virtual Educators’ Open House
Click on the link above to see master teachers and the Ford’s education team talk about programs available to teachers and students around the country.
Resources for Teachers
An index of resources for teachers, including materials for classroom use, reference and professional development.
Resources for Students
An index of resources for students to help with your next project.
Education Programs Brochure
Learn about the different educational programming, events and professional development programs Ford's Theatre is offering for 2013.
Ford’s Theatre Society thanks BP America for its sponsorship of our 2014-2015 Education programs.
Additional support for all education programs is provided by Comcast NBCUniversal and Target.
Part of NCLE Center for Literacy Education 2014.
Photo of student orators by Mark Ramont. Photo of Michael Bunce by Mark Ramont.