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Intersections & Connections

LGBTQ-inclusive and Intersectional K-12 Supplemental Curriculum Expands Mainstream United States History & Social Studies Courses

Our whole-school or whole-district partnership model is a one-time cost, eliminating subscription fees, and includes three intertwined components: high-quality digital content, customized professional learning, and ongoing support. 



Original, High-Quality Digital Content includes 60+ Content Connections Aligned with K-12 Frameworks and Standards

All curriculum content is anchored in primary source materials meticulously curated from a range of reputable sources, including digital and print collections from the Library of Congress, National Archives, National Park Service, Smithsonian Institution, and more. The variety of content spans colonial Jamestown through the 21st century and includes:

  • Academically rigorous thematic units and case studies
  • Videos, interactive games, podcasts, posters, and more!
  • Much of the curriculum is also available in Spanish
  • One-step functionality to easily share with students (no login)
  • Automatic updates and revisions & automatic addition of new content


"When I ask my students at the end of the semester to write about the most important thing they learned, the majority of students wrote about what they learned from your curriculum." - Danielle, high school educator

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Virtual Professional Learning Is Customized to Meet the Unique Needs of K-12 Educators and School Staff

The curriculum package provides live-session training, including an informational session for parents/caregivers and full-staff training. Additional customized training options meet the unique needs of elementary educators or secondary educators, including targeted approaches for content area teachers, school and district leaders, ELL/MLL classroom teachers, librarians, school counselors, social workers, and more.

Expert educators with decades of field experience lead our professional learning sessions and provide the intellectual preparation needed to teach our curriculum with proficiency and confidence and support its integration within mainstream courses. 


"This was the most helpful professional development that I have ever attended. Not only were issues addressed, but your curriculum is easily accessible and so impactful."- Hubert, elementary educator

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Ongoing Support and Continued Learning

Our monthly office hours provide sustainable support for educators and help us stay current on the evolving needs of today's world. We incorporate their input into the ongoing enhancement of our curriculum to provide the most meaningful and relevant learning experience for all. And our monthly special sessions provide new and inspiring opportunities for ongoing learning.

Thank you so much for doing this amazing work. The support you provide is unmatched!" - Brian, elementary educator


⊕ Intersections & Connections Curriculum Reflects Ten Years of Research and Development

The expertise of historians, archivists, librarians, classroom teachers, curriculum designers, instructional coaches, and education policy leaders is woven into every aspect of our curriculum and reflects ten years of research and development.

In 2019, History UnErased's leadership team co-authored the National Council for the Social Studies Position Statement on Contextualizing LGBTQ History. We are providing K-12 schools with the curriculum, training, and ongoing support they need to realize the position statement's vision and our theory of change.

History UnErased's curriculum aligns with the U.S. Department of Education's guidelines for EdTech purchasing with Title funds
The Guidance Letter from the DOE gives precise examples of how the money may be used. Intersections & Connections curriculum package aligns with the seven goals for high-quality professional learning and addresses 3 out of 4 goals for EdTech purchasing:
  1. Leverage technology to improve and personalize professional learning and other supports for educators (Title II, Part A)
  2. Increase access to high-quality digital content for students (Title IV, Part A)
  3. Enhance instruction for English Learners with digital resources (Title III, Part A)
  4. Provide devices for educators and students