Project Manager, Humanitarian Action for Children Program The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) works in more than 190 countries and territories to save and improve children's lives, providing health care and immunizations, clean water and sanitation, nutrition, education, emergency relief, and more. The U.S. Fund for UNICEF (USF) supports UNICEF's work through fundraising, advocacy, and education in the United States. Together, we are working toward the day when ZERO children die from --> Read More
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Students in Bill Olinger's after-school auto body and paint class at Selma High School in California are working weekly on a -More-
Project-based learning advocate Suzie Boss in this blog post shares three ideas that teachers can use to launch a ready-made -More-
A North Carolina school district has launched language-immersion programs, including one in which students expand their Spani -More-
Diversity in staffing in Minnesota's schools has not kept up with the diversity among students. -More-
Jody Passanisi, an eighth-grade U.S. -More-
Indiana history teacher Tim McDonald and his former student Hobie Crase recently teamed up to produce "Behind Dark Glasses," -More-
A team of eighth-graders from a Wisconsin middle school are using technology to preserve the stories of World War II veterans -More-
Help shape the 2014 NCSS Annual Conference in Boston by becoming an online proposal reviewer. -More-
Social Studies for the Next Generation: Purposes, Practices, and Implications of the College, Career, and Civic Life (C3) Framework for Social Studies State Standards
New from NCSS Publications, this book breaks new ground with its inquiry-based framework for enhancing social studies state s -More-
Adlai Stevenson II, American politician -More-
Charter schools in the Golden State and elsewhere have increasingly become associated with something basic yet elusive: money.
For the first time since we introduced this feature in 1999, we have revised our master list of 366 featured New York Times front-page articles to add 26 new articles.
What words or phrases were overused in 2013? What expressions, catchphrases, neologisms or slang do you hope never to hear again in 2014? Why?