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Kan. teachers engage in PD through "unconference"

Teachers in a Kansas school district recent met for an "unconference" of self-directed professional development.  -More

How international study helps students' personal growth

High-school students who study abroad often undergo a personal transformation because of the experience, writes Susannah Mart -More

Colo. history teacher wants students to show what they've learned

Stephanie Rossi, a veteran high-school social studies teacher in Colorado, encourages her students to explore and demonstrate -More

NCSS Back to School Webinars

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This September, start your school year off with three complimentary webinars focusing on different aspects of the 2016 Election, plus a bonus webinar from the 2014 Christa McAuliffe Award winner!

Check out SmartBrief Education Originals

SmartBrief Education Originals connects education professionals with industry news, insights, resources and trends.  -More

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NCSS provides the professional network and teaching resources to keep social studies a valued and vital part of the nation's  -More

Register for the NCSS Annual Conference

Online registration is now open for the 2016 NCSS Annual Conference in Washington, D.C.  -More

Students learn criminal investigation from police officers

Some middle-grades students in Ohio learned how to apply science and math skills during a weeklong camp on investigating crim -More

Pa. student-artists paint portraits of US leaders for service project

National Art Honor Society students at a Pennsylvania high school recently created portraits of notable historical figures wi -More


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