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Central High Library: Teacher Resources

Magnet Career Academy

Anti-Racist Resources

Left? Right? Center? All Sides of the News

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Don’t be fooled by media bias and fake news. AllSides displays the day’s top news stories from the Left, Center and Right of the political spectrum — side-by-side so you can see the full picture. 

JCPS Professional Learning and Development Library

This valuable resource provides access  to a diverse, curated collection of eBooks that can easily be shared with others and downloaded through Google Classroom and Docs with G Suite for Education integration, email, or bookmarked links. These eBooks will be useful for any staff interested in growing professionally! 

ProQuest Black Freedom Struggle

2,000 primary resources curated around six crucial phases of the U.S. Black freedom struggle. 

Gale for Educators Tutorial


Reading Like a Historian

Over 130 document-based lesson plans that are free to download once you have created an account. Each lesson revolves around a central historical question and features a set of primary documents designed for groups of students with a range of reading skills.


Explore thousands of primary sources- letters, photographs, speeches, posters, maps, and videos. Discover activities you can teach with! All provided by the National Archives so that you can provide students with inquiry experiences.

Library Online Catalog: See what texts we have at CHS

Click here to search in our library catalog for a book you want to read or a topic you want to research!

KET PBS Learning Media

Provides access to thousands of standards-aligned digital resources with videos, images, interactives, lesson plans and articles. 


Skills on Demand Interactive Lessons

Click here for PBS Learning Media's Lessons of the Holocaust Resources


Kentucky is among the states that require the teaching in its public middle and high schools of the history of the Holocaust. The three video collections here offer educators a detailed exploration of different ways to approach the topic in the classroom. Murals of the Holocaust describes a summer program that offers an art-integrated history course on Germany and the Holocaust. Juliek’s Violin focuses on three pieces of classical music, including music from the scene in Elie Wiesel’s Night where Juliek plays the violin in the concentration camp. Teaching the Holocaust explores how two middle school educators approach the teaching of Holocaust history to their students.



​Check-out their "Free to Use and Reuse Public Domain and Rights-Clear Content" as well as their "Teachers" tab which includes teacher-created lesson plans using Library of Congress primary sources. 

Louisville Free Public Library

Professional Library/CRC


Central High School
1130 West Chestnut Street, Louisville, KY 40203