Thank you for submitting your vote for the 2014 NCSS Board and Officer elections. Voting is open through March 15. Election results will be posted the week of March 17.
In keeping with the constitutional provision for nominating candidates for the board of directors, the nominations committee named candidates for four board of directors categories to serve three-year terms. The committee named two candidates for vice-president. Each nominee was asked to submit a photograph, a 200-word biographical sketch, and a 200-word position statement. --> read more »
NCSS is looking for members to serve on awards selection committees. The selection committees review nominations and select recipients of NCSS awards and grants. Committee members serve a three-year term and most committee work is accomplished online or by telephone. --> read more »
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Information for Council Leaders
- Board of Directors
- House of Delegates Information, Including Resolutions Writing
- Affiliated State and Local Council Leaders
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Between 10:30-12:00 PM EDT Della Cronin of Washington Partners and NCSS staff members will provide an overview of what is going on at the federal level regarding ESEA reauthorization, as well as any other efforts relevant to social studies education. --> 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.
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Julie Weaver --> read more »
Submissions are now being accepted for the Legacy Essay Contest. The Legacy Essay Contest is a partnership of the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS), the National Education Association (NEA), the American Federation of Teachers (AFT), ASCD (formerly the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development), the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE), the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, and Karz Productions. --> read more »