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The surest way to corrupt a youth is to instruct him to hold in higher esteem those who think alike than those who think differently.

Friedrich Nietzsche, philosopher -More

Teachers use projects to combine science, social studies

Two fifth-grade teachers at an Illinois school integrated science and engineering into social studies by having students cons -More

Wis. students research war veterans, write vignettes for park

A group of students in a Wisconsin high school's history/archaeology club is meeting after school to research and write insc -More

Be an NCSS leader! Serve on an NCSS Operations Committee

NCSS is seeking applicants to serve on NCSS Operations Committees.  -More

Call for manuscripts for "Social Studies and the Young Learner"

If you are an enthusiastic elementary teacher or teacher educator with great ideas that you have implemented in the classroom -More

D.C. 5th-graders recite Martin Luther King speech at Lincoln Memorial

Ind. students get first chance at lunch leftovers

The Bartholomew Consolidated School Corp.  -More

Location of 1692 Salem witch trial hangings confirmed

The exact site of the hangings resulting from the 1692 Salem witch trials has been confirmed using a mix of historical docume -More

Should schools replace snow days with e-learning days?

Some school districts nationwide -- including in Indiana, Alabama and Ohio -- have adopted e-learning days.  -More

Should teachers' PD be differentiated?

Professional development for teachers should be differentiated -- just as teaching for students is personalized, math coach P -More


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