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HSS Framework Launch Conferences

Each conference will begin at 8:30 am and conclude by 3:30 pm; Click here for a list of workshop sessions.

Participants at each of the CHSSP-hosted events will receive free parking, continental breakfast, box lunch, instructional materials, a special primary source collection aligned to the new Framework, and a hard copy of the 2017 Framework edition of The Source.

Scheduled sessions include:  US History, World History, K-5 Inquiry, 6-12 Inquiry, Economics, Geography, Civics / Citizenship, Environmental Literacy, Professional Learning, Assessment, K-5 Literacy, 6-12 Literacy, Ethnic Studies, Implementing the FAIR Act, and Access & Equity.

Conference Partners:  California Department of Education and the California County Superintendents Educational Services Association.

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