Explore Facing History and Ourselves' 10 Questions for Young Changemakers, a new unit that investigates student-led movements and provides classroom strategies to consider How can young people change the world?
Discover how civic learning became institutionalized at Savanna High School in Anaheim. Learn how teachers utilized Civic Inquiry and Investigation, giving students a voice while avoiding controversy over Savanna's Mascot.
Recognize various recurring concepts and factual information prevalent in elementary-grade civic and history education. Learn how concepts repeat throughout elementary education and the rationale for teaching these important ideas.
Credible institutions stimulate development and social justice, which are determinants for good governance. Explore how social educators in Nigeria can engage in advocacy that strengthens institutions of governance.
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