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History Blueprint: What Others are Saying

On August 8, 2012 CHSSP leadership convened a group of scholars, K-12 teachers and administrators, and history organization leaders at the Autry National Center for the American West in Los Angeles to discuss the History Blueprint initiative, consider its impact on instruction and student learning, and share excerpts from its first unit on the Civil War.  Click on the links below to hear from:

Jasmin BrownAri Kelman, Professor, Department of History, UC Davis Faculty Advisor, History Project at UC Davis

Jasmin Brown, Teacher, Cesar Chavez Middle School, Lynwood Unified School District; CHSSP Teacher Leader

Ramon Sanchez, Student, Lynwood High School, Lynwood Unified School District

James Grossman, Executive Director, the American Historical Association

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