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Posted by: | Posted on: August 16, 2014

Spotlight on Staff Sergeant John Braden

We wanted a logo to be used within our marketing of the book and was running into dead ends everywhere. At the last moment before sending the book off for final edits, God placed this very talented person in our lives, and bam! The logo of all logo’s came out. Wanting to do more than just pay this hero, we felt the calling to spotlight not only him but the men and women that served and are serving to keep us free and safe. We have added another small chapter and on page 499 (yes, we have a lot to say) is the dedication page to our special, God sent hero. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did! Have a great week, and thank you for all of your hard work to keep this great country of ours free!

Spotlight on Staff Sergeant John Braden

Posted by: | Posted on: July 21, 2011

US Department of Education Letter, Randy E King

On June 20, 2011, the producers of StoriesofUSA.com wrote letters to:

Barack Obama, President of the United States
Arne Duncan, US Secretary of Education
Diane Ravitch, Assistant Secretary of Education (former)
Duncan Hunter, US Congressman
Lee White, National History Coalition Executive Director
Linda Salvucci, National Council for History Education Vice Chair
Ted McConnell, Campaign for the Civic Mission of Schools Executive Director
Jim Grossman, American Historical Association Executive Director

Click Here -> Letter related to improving US History education

Google Analytics FBI.govOn July 4, 2011 (Independence Day), the FBI visited our website.

And on July 21, 2011, Randy E. King received a letter from the US Department of Education.

Click Here -> Letter from the US Department of Education

Here are some excerpts from the letter:

“Thank you for your letter to Secretary Arne Duncan describing your multimedia website, StoriesofUSA.com. …We appreciate you sharing information about your program with us. Through the Teaching American History (TAH) program, the Department has awarded a number of grants to school districts for them to develop and provide professional development activities for teachers to strengthen their content knowledge of American history. …I will share the information about your program with the members of the TAH team. …We commend you for your efforts to develop and improve access to high-quality history education resources that will enhance the teaching and learning of history in schools across this nation.”

Margaret A. Zelinko
Teacher Quality Program Office
Office of Innovation and Improvement
United States Department of Education

President Barack H Obama Education Speech March 10, 2009