Fifty K-thru-12 teachers from across the nation are getting the chance to learn more about Abraham Lincoln and the times he lived in. It's part of a fellowship program offered by the Horace Mann, Abraham Lincoln Fellowship Institute. The five day session includes workshops, tours, and research sessions that will give the educators a glimpse into the former president's world. The Institute is holding two sessions over the summer, one in June and the other in July. The application deadline is February 12th. More details can be found at HoraceMann.com.