Wilson Warren, Gordon Andrews, and Sarah Drake Brown's essay, titled "Crossing the Educational Rubicon without the TAH: Collaboration among University and Secondary-Level History Educators," has been published in The History Teacher 46:2 (February 2013), 253-266.
The essay describes the decade-long collaboration among the History Department faculty at WMU and the Social Studies Department at Portage Central High School in Portage, Michigan. The essay emphasizes how collaboration can be productive and long-standing without access to federal government funding.
Gordon Andrews received his Ph.D. from WMU's History Department in 2011, and now is a member of the History Department at Grand Valley State University. Before joining GVSU's History Department, he taught history and social studies for many years at Portage Central High School.
Sarah Drake Brown is a member of the History Department at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. She received her M.A. in history from Purdue University and her Ph.D. in curriculum studies with a focus on history education from Indiana University.