Background Information on the Americans All—Vermont Pilot Program
I would like to write this letter of support for the People of America Foundation and its
work to develop an inclusive database that honors the cultural diversity of our nation.
Even though Vermont continues to be a rather homogeneous state, we need to prepare our students to live in a diverse nation.
Vermont has extensive and rich history. However, most of our original historical
documents and artifacts are in various locations around thestate, not easily accessible to Vermont educators and students. This project will provide a database to share these valuable primary resources in a way that is equitable and easily accessible.
Thank you for selecting Vermont as one of the first Americans AlI Pilot Sites. The
Vermont Department of Education is excited to be a partner with other organizations
around the state to develop the Vermont AmericansAiI Project. W.e look forward to
working closely with you as the project moves forward.
Ray McNulty, Commissioner
January 10, 2002
Highlights from the Vermont Pilot Program
- Implementation Plan for Americans All Vermont, May 17, 2002
- Vermont Steering Committee, 2002
- Organization Letters of Support, 2001-02
- Vermont Operating Structure, 2001-02
- National User Survey Report, 2006
Relevant Links to Navigate our Website
Click here to view the Americans All Program Overview.
Click here to learn how we support schools and students.
Click here to learn how we support small businesses and service providers.
Click here to view or download a tutorial on how to register a school or individual for Americans All, for free.
Click here to register an individual or a school for Americans All.
For additional information, please contact:
Allan Kullen, President
People of America Foundation / Americans All
7723 Groton Road, Bethesda, MD 20817