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EDUCATOR RESOURCE SERIES

The Educator Resource Series brings together primary and secondary source materials for use in the classroom. Topics include the origins of the U.S. Marshals, The Old West and Indian Territory, and U.S. Marshals in the Civil Rights Movement.

ANNUALLY IMPACTING OVER

12,000

STUDENTS

AND THEIR FAMILIES IN

487

CLASSROOMS

ACROSS

20

STATES

National Learning Center

The U.S. Marshals Museum has been providing quality educational programming since its inception. Rooted in the history and mission of the United States Marshals Service, the programming and resources of the National Learning Center (NLC) are, and will continue to be, designed to reach all ages, locally and across the country. Below is a brief glimpse at the impact the NLC has already had, even before the Museum is built.

10,500+

LIVES IMPACTED LOCALLY AND REGIONALLY THROUGH PROGRAMS, LECTURES, AND EVENTS SUCH AS:

WINTHROP PAUL ROCKEFELLER DISTINGUISHED LECTURE SERIES

AN EVENING WITH GEORGE WASHINGTON

SAFE KIDS FAIR

WANTED: HIGH PROFILE CASES OF THE U.S. MARSHALS SERVICE

GALLERY LECTURE SERIES

GUNS OF THE FRONTIER

SMALL SHOES BIG STEPS