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We Can Do Better: Lessons from Charlottesville

created Aug 14, 2017 01:41 PM
by Nancy McTygue, Executive Director The images are horrifying – angry white men with torches lit marching through a southern town on a summer night.  Bodies flying in the air after being ...

$5 Million Grant to Transform California History Education

created Aug 11, 2017 07:04 AM
We are thrilled and honored to announce the launch of Teaching California, in partnership with our wonderful colleagues and friends at the California Historical Society  (CHS), and funded by a new ...

How to Implement the FAIR Act

created Jun 12, 2017 11:58 AM
by Beth Slutsky, Ph.D., Program Coordinator Since January we’ve had the honor of traveling the state to introduce educators and administrators to the new HSS Framework.  Regardless of where we ...

Is Voting a Civil Rights Issue?

created May 24, 2017 02:51 PM
This teaching blog post is meant to accompany the recent Current Context issue on the Supreme Court's ruling Cooper v. Harris, regarding racial gerrymandering. Reading Supreme Court decisions ...

Repeat after us, say no to the mission project.

created May 23, 2017 10:40 AM
by Tuyen Tran, CHSSP Assistant Director   Source: The Mission San Diego, Southern California USA, c1915.  Photograph courtesy of the Library of Congress, Photographs and Prints Division.  ...
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