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This week, NCSS Executive Director Larry Paska focuses on the second century of social studies as we know it. Read more.
Tina Heafner, a professor at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, has been elected vice president of National Counc
In our society ... those who are in reality superior in intelligence can be accepted by their fellows only if they pretend they are not.
Marya Mannes, writer and broadcast commentator
Students at a Pennsylvania high school are helping produce online videos about local history for a mobile technology project. -More-
Teachers should work to create a classroom community in which students know they are safe and valued, writes Julie Jee, who t -More-
Fifth-grade students at a Florida elementary school are tackling real-world problems through project-based learning. -More-
Standardized testing is a reality, and while some might feel cynical or apathetic about this, there is room for positive acti -More-
Twenty-four social studies teachers in Pennsylvania were introduced to virtual-reality tools. -More-
Eighth-grade civics students at a Wisconsin school recently learned how a bill becomes a law during an exercise led by State -More-
A cave that may have once contained more Dead Sea Scrolls has been found in the Judean Desert. -More-
The social studies community was thrilled when the Every Student Succeeds Act created multiple new competitive grants to supp
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A small body of determined spirits fired by an unquenchable faith in their mission can alter the course of history.
Mahatma Gandhi, social reformer and independence movement leader
Students at a New Jersey high school recently highlighted issues they care about and shared their ideas for solutions as part -More-
Raising students' global awareness can help them understand the world and the US' role in it, writes author David Bornstein. -More-
U.S. Rep. -More-
US Education Secretary Betsy DeVos addressed more than 200 employees at the Department of Education, pledging to put "student -More-