Resources for Hillsdale Member Schools
Resources for Teachers, Leaders, and Administrators at Hillsdale Member Schools
Working at a Hillsdale Member School? You have free access to curriculum, conferences, podcasts, a vast online library of resources, and more for you to explore. See below for links to resources.
Not at a Hillsdale Member School? Check out resources available for free to all K-12 Educators.
Literacy Essentials is an Orton-based K-3 literacy curriculum published by Hillsdale College.
Tried & True Book
Tried & True: A Primer on Sound Pedagogy, a book by Dr. Dan Coupland provides practical pedagogical advice to all teachers in a concise format.
Center for Teacher Excellence
The Hoogland Center for Teacher Excellence brings free conferences on history and civics topics to cities across the country, open to all teachers.
The Classical Classroom
The Classical Classroom is the K-12 Education Office's blog, where staff, professors, and teachers from across the network write about classical education.
Classical Education Podcast
Hosted by Scot Bertram, the Classical Education Podcast explores all things classical—from curriculum to the inside of a classroom.
Hillsdale College's online courses are beautifully produced free courses on topics ranging from economics and history to literature and classical education.
Masters in Classical Education
Hillsdale's Graduate School of Classical Education seeks to prepare students for careers in classical education—whether in leadership, teaching, or administration.
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Classical School Job Fair
Every February, Hillsdale College hosts the Classical School Job Fair, where classical schools from across the country have the opportunity to speak with, interview, and hire Hillsdale College students.
The Salvatori Prize for Excellence in Teaching recognizes one excellent school per year with a $25,000 prize.
The K-12 Education Office has thousands of online resources, from videos to lesson plan samples to primary source documents. Talk to your school leader about how to access these resources.