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About 1 in 5 parents participating in a Future of Privacy Forum survey said they realize there are federal laws regarding stu -More-
Only a third of students in fifth through 12th grades perceived their schools' cultures as good, according to survey informat -More-
Three Seattle sixth-graders are recruiting their peers to write leaders in Washington, D.C., to explain bullying and its effe -More-
The NCSS Board of Directors has approved the following slate of candidates for the 2016-17 Board of Directors and officer ele
NCSS has opportunities for member volunteers to serve on NCSS Operations Committees and Award and Grant Selection Committees.
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Know what you want to do, hold the thought firmly, and do every day what should be done, and every sunset will see you that much nearer your goal.
Elbert Hubbard, writer
About 7,000 students in California's Bay Area explored themes of racism and prejudice while reading "The Children of Willesde -More-
Cultural competence helps to reduce stereotypes and increase empathy, and can be achieved by students with the help of web re -More-
Officials with District of Columbia Public Schools have adopted a new teacher-training program called Learning Together to Ad -More-
Educators are using tech tools to drive innovation in their classrooms. -More-
Students in a Virginia school district who participated in the Journeys of My Life project created children's books in Englis -More-
First-grade students in one Illinois classroom are reading the same books as students in Thailand as part of the Global Read -More-
NCSS provides the professional network and teaching resources to keep social studies a valued and vital part of the nation's
Regional, state and local social studies conferences organized by NCSS-affiliated councils provide great opportunities for te
James Joyce, writer
Fourth-graders from a Virginia school recently explored early US history during a field trip to Fort Monroe National Monument -More-
Barnett Berry, founder and CEO of the Center for Teaching Quality, and Jessica Cuthbertson, also of CTQ, say they are hopeful -More-
The new year will bring Donald Trump as the next president and new education policy decision-makers in some key positions. -More-