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Facebook IconSeptember 2, 2014 at 3:21 pm

Did you hear? Teachers can get a free portrait of George Washington for their classroom from Mount Vernon! Quantities are limited!

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George Washington Portrait Request

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Help return George Washington portraits to America's schools, public libraries, and Local, State or Federal government offices.

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Facebook IconAugust 27, 2014 at 3:23 pm

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Looking for creative ways to spice up your lessons? Here’s Edutopia's BIG list of useful videos, articles, & websites: http://edut.to/1onXNHw.

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Looking for creative ways to spice up your lessons? Here’s our BIG list of useful videos, articles, & websites: http://edut.to/1onXNHw.

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