The 2019-20 issue of the Social Studies Review (SSR) will investigate the theme, Preparing our Students for College, Career, and Civic Life. If you are interested in writing a short article on this topic, please contact the editor of the SSR, Al Rocca. His email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
The North Carolina Council for the Social Studies (NCCSS) is excited to announce the launch of our their new website. NCCSS President, Paige Garza, stated that "Our new website provides us with a foundation for increasing communication and creating more digital opportunities for social studies educators across the state of North Carolina. We are excited to launch our new website in preparation for our 50th Annual Conference: February 20-21, 2019." NCCSS is currently calling for session proposals that echo the NCSS mission to promote informed action. To access the new NCCSS website visit: https://ncsocialstudies.org
The Pennsylvania Delegation of the United States Association of Former Members of Congress announced the formation of a statewide, bipartisan coalition of former and current public officials and organizations interested in the promotion and expansion of civics education in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The Coalition's name is PA Civics...