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Anton Schulzki

Anton Schulzki, a social studies teacher at General William J. Palmer High School in Colorado Springs, Colorado, has been elected vice-president of NCSS and is in line to become president in July 2021. Schulzki has been a teacher with District 11 in Colorado Springs since 1983, and has served as department chair, as well as on numerous committees at the district, state and the national levels. Schulzki has been active in NCSS since 2001 as a conference presenter, a House of Delegates representative from the Canada Community, and House of Delegates’ Steering Committee member and 2010 Steering Committee chair. Schulzki served on the NCSS Board of Directors in 2010 in his role as steering committee chair, and served 2013-2016 as an elected board member. He was been active in the growth and development of the Rho Kappa Social Studies Honor Society, and was a member of the committee that drafted the constitution for the Rho Kappa National Social Studies Honor Society as well as chair of the Rho Kappa Advisory Committee. Schulzki recently completed a term as president of the Colorado Council for the Social Studies.  

Schulzki describes himself as an ally for students, and has been honored for his work with LGBTIQ students. He believes that among the most challenging issues confronting social studies educators is creating and expanding relationships, and looks to expand conversations across disciplines, across levels, with parents, the public and politicians. 

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