Education Programs and Resources
The Education staff conducts educational programs designed for K-12, college and university students; teachers; adult learners; and the general public based on the Library's documentary, audio-visual, and art and artifact collections.
Educational Programs include on site and off site classroom workshops, Museum programs, and teacher development seminars. Each year the department serves more than 17,000 students and nearly 1,000 teachers from across the country. Choose from the categories below to explore our many resources, or contact the Library's Education Specialist for more information.
Document-based ideas and tools for the classroom
Information and project ideas about the Roosevelt era
Online tools for learning about the Roosevelts
Plan a Field Trip
Visit the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library & Museum
Teacher Development Workshops
Offered as a resource for educators
To assist your child's learning about the Roosevelts