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Historian examines Notre Dame's role in U.S. Irish-Catholic history


The University of Notre Dame's importance in the lives of Catholics and Irish-Americans is an unshakeable part of 20th-centur -  --> read more »
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New book on teaching reading links social studies standards with the Common Core State Standards


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Upcoming state and regional social studies conferences


Regional, state and local social studies conferences organized by NCSS-affiliated councils provide great opportunities for te -  --> read more »
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Mass. students use family histories for school project


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Students learn about campaign ads by creating their own


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Senate debate offers Mont. students close-up look at politics in action:


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New Wyo. high school allows students to set career paths


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