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If you don't drive your business, you will be driven out of business.

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NCSS Live Learning Center

The NCSS Live Learning Center features selected NCSS Annual Conference Session recordings to keep you current on the trends i -More

Minn. school uses garden harvest in meals; leftovers sent to families

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Middle-schoolers explore wetlands with environmental scientists

Sixth-graders at a New Jersey middle school studied the wetlands near their campus under the guidance of environmental scient -More

N.Y. Senate passes 5th-graders' wood frog bill second time

A bill to make the wood frog New York's official state amphibian has once again passed the state's Senate, a boost for fifth- -More

Why teachers must adopt clear policy on cellphones

Teachers should establish clear guidelines about cellphones in their classroom, asserts Ben Johnson, an administrator, author -More

New law requires NYC schools to track, report diversity

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio recently signed legislation requiring schools to share data about the diversity of the stu -More

N.H. 9th-graders write obituaries during study of French Revolution

A New Hampshire high school is measuring student performance with projects instead of exams and letter grades.  -More

Developing State and Local Social Studies Standards

A Position Statement of National Council for the Social Studies Approved 2014

Study about Religions in the Social Studies Curriculum

A Position Statement of National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS)

Approved and published 2014

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