FPRI mourns the passing of our good friend and Emeritus Trustee Edward L. Snitzer. May his memory be a blessing.
Through the Wachman Center for Civic and International Literacy, the Foreign Policy Research Institute provides a variety of programs and events for students, teachers, and the general public.
The Butcher History Institute sponsors programs designed to bring high school teachers from around the country together with the nation’s top scholars
Occasionally FPRI offers history and social studies teachers or curriculum coordinators the opportunity to participate in a cultural immersion program in a foreign country.
As part of its Civic Education Program, FPRI occasionally holds educational simulations on the founding and the cornerstones of American liberty based upon the key events and debates in early American History.
Developed by participants of the various History Institute weekends, these classroom lessons serve as a free resource for educators to use in their own classrooms.
FPRI Primers provide lay and student audiences with the background details of historical figures or events, civic institutions, and important political organizations
Footnotes are essays designed in particular for teachers and students and are often drawn from the lectures