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NCSS Letter to Hawaii DOE-2011

The attached letter was written on behalf of social studies educators in Hawaii to the HI DOE. Educators in Hawaii alerted the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) that they were considerin reducing the number of social studies credits for high school graduation from four to three credits. We urged them not do so.

Blanchette to Begin Vice President Term at NCSS

Silver Spring, Md. – June 30, 2009 – Susan (Sue) J. Blanchette, a high school teacher at Hillcrest High School in Dallas, Texas, has been elected Vice President of the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS), the nation’s largest professional organization for social studies educators. Blanchette will begin her 2009-10 term effective July 1, 2009. She is in line to become NCSS President in 2011-12.

Golston to Begin Term as NCSS President

Silver Spring – July 1, 2009 – The National Council for the Social Studies is pleased to announce that Sydele E. (Syd) Golston, an Arizona school administrator and former classroom teacher at the secondary and post-secondary level for over 30 years, will begin a 12-month term as President of NCSS on July 1.

NCSS Board Election Results Are In!

picture_sue2007.jpgSue Blanchette, US. history teacher at Hillcrest High School in Dallas Texas was elected vice-president of NCSS. As vice president, Blanchette is in line to assume the NCSS presidency July 2011.

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