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Tinner Hill Heritage Foundation is working with a number of partners to create formal and informal learning materials and programming that support students and families in the area and the region. The goal is to develop models for educational materials and programming that can be replicated throughout the country. On Feb. 21, 2009 we partnered with VA Tech and Primary Source Learning to present a day long teachers institute using the collections of Tinner Hill and the Library of Congress for teachers to meet Virginia Standards of learning using primary source materials and local history.

Tinner Hill Civil Rights Historic Site

Tinner Hill Civil Rights Historic Site

Tinner Hill Heritage Foundation is working with the City of Falls Church, Fairfax County and the Board of Supervisors the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority, Virginia Tech Landscape Design Program to develop a landscape design for the Tinner Hill 1/2 acre site that will commemorate and celebrate the civil rights...Read on

Tinner Hill Civil Rights Historic Site

Tinner Hill Civil Rights Historic Site

Tinner Hill Heritage Foundation is working with the City of Falls Church, Fairfax County and the Board of Supervisors the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority, Virginia Tech Landscape Design Program to develop a landscape design for the Tinner Hill 1/2 acre site that will commemorate and celebrate the civil rights pioneers who lived in Falls Church. The park may feature an outdoor performance space, honoring John Jackson, for musical, performing arts and educational events.