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Gold Mountain, Angel Island: Chinese Immigration to US 1848-1943

Three Strikes and Second Chances: Examining Criminal Justice through Documentary

Understanding the tests now to improve your AP students performance in the future

2016 NCSS Legislative Day

In light of the recent re-authorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) as the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) and pending appropriations legislation, NCSS announces Thursday, December 1 as an all­-day Legislative Day event that provides a unique opportunity for social studies educators to reach out directly to members of Congress about the issues that are important to our profession.

Through Chinatown's Eyes, April 1968

Effective and Stressless Ways to Integrate Tech- Draft Presentation

Ala. educators go all-out for mock election

History teachers, library media specialists and technology coordinators at an Alabama high school are collaborating on a Nov. -More

Guiding students through problem-solving

Students need to slow down and think deeply about real-world problems, writes Curtis Chandler, an education professor at Brig -More

Should schools stay open on Election Day?

Public schools often double as polling places during elections, and while some schools always close on election day, more are -More

Report: Effects of Race to the Top unclear

It is unclear whether the Race to the Top initiative yielded long-term effects on state policy or student achievement, accord -More


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