Roger Clark, Jeffrey Allard and Timothy Mahoney Since Janice Treckers classic critique in 1971 of the omission of women from history textbooks, the books have included more women, but they still need to go further.
Social Education Staff The same president that American troops returned to power ten years ago is ousted after a rebel uprising. Social Education takes a look at the roots of Haitis most recent crisis.
Diana E. Hess Inviting politicians, lawyers, police officers or other outside resource people to participate in interactive classroom lessons engages students more deeply and helps them focus their attention on important issues.
Merry M. Merryfield and Masataka Kasai Educators can successfully prepare students to be effective citizens by using strategies that promote multiple perspectives, global interconnectedness, and cross-cultural experiences.