Submitted by TimDaly on September 4, 2012 - 11:16am
NCSS is pleased to welcome two new to our staff: Ashanté Horton and Jordan Grote! Ashanté is Program Manager, Conference Services and Education succeeding Daniela Jaramillo who left NCSS in the spring to return to Equador. Jordan is Program Manager, External Relations and Council Communications filling the position previously held by Kristen Pekarek who left NCSS to join the staff of ASCD. Read more
National Council for the
Social Studies will promote the full and active participation in the social
studies profession of men and women from all levels of education, all ethnic
groups, and all geographic areas, urban, rural, and suburban. In all policies
and activities, every effort will be made to achieve this goal.
Additionally, as the NCSS
mission statement affirms our commitment to engaging and supporting educators
as they strengthen and advocate social studies, every effort will be made to Read more
The NCSS House of Delegates (HOD) is composed of representatives of NCSS affiliated councils, associated groups and communities. The sessions of the House of Delegates held in connection with the major annual meeting constitutes the annual business meeting of the House of Delegates. Read more
NCSS is seeking members for challenging leadership positions that affect local, state and national social studies education. The NCSS Nominations and Elections Committee is currently accepting applications for nomination for candidates for NCSS Vice President and the Board of Directors.
NCSS is seeking candidates for Vice-President, and the Board of Directors. Nominees are also needed for the Fund for the Advancement of Social Studies Education (FASSE) board. You may nominate yourself, or recommend a colleague member who has experience as an affiliate council or associated group leader. Recommendations may be sent to any member of the nominations committee. Read more