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National Council for Social Studies: Building Community with Ning

Jul 10 2009
NCSS joins the world of social networking. [...] »

Bookmark This! Teacher Resources at the Library of Congress

Jul 7 2009
The Library of Congress expedites educator access to primary sources and professional development. [...] »

When Did July 4 Become the Fourth of July?

Jul 2 2009
Even Thomas Jefferson got his dates mixed up. [...] »

John Brown, Harpers Ferry, Students, History and Technology

Jun 26 2009
Middle school students interpret history at Harpers Ferry. [...] »

Summer Reading: Clearinghouse Staff Recommendations, Part I

Jun 22 2009
Clearinghouse staff recommend books for summer reading. [...] »

The Supreme Court: Connections Between Past and Present

May 26 2009
The judicial system is perhaps the least understood and most complicated among the three branches of U.S. government to explain and to teach. [...] »

Bookmark This! Beneath the Surface of Wikipedia

Apr 29 2009
A tool for teaching analytical thinking or classroom pariah? [...] »

Resources: Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

Apr 23 2009
The term Asian Pacific American covers millions of people, thousands of cultures, and dozens of countries. [...] »

Interactive Exhibit from the American Art Museum

Apr 16 2009
Against the backdrop of the Great Depression, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's administration created the Public Works of Art Program. [...] »

New Visitor's Center Opens at Monticello

Apr 14 2009
What would Thomas Jefferson Say? [...] »

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