59TH ANNUAL CCSS CONFERENCE
February 28-March 1, 2020
Hilton Orange County/Costa Mesa
3050 Bristol Street
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
Call for Authors
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: email@example.com
The New Social Studies Review (SSR) is Here!
THE CIVICS ACTION AWARD
This year CCSS called out the Assembly Education Committee Chair, Honorable Patrick O'Donnell, as our Civics Action Award recipient. Hear his encouraging words about the central role that our core academic discipline should play in the education of every California student.
CONFERENCE 2020: CALL FOR PROPOSALS
California Council for the Social Studies 59th Annual Conference
2020 VISION FOR SOCIAL STUDIES:
Preparing Today's Students for College, Career, and Civic Life
2020 Conference, will continue CCSS' traditional devotion to providing quality professional development focused on new scholarship, research-based strategies, and networking -- all designed to improve the teaching and learning of history/social studies across the state.
Session and workshop proposal submissions are open until September 15. Invitations to register, exhibit, and sponsor this event will be available soon -- keep your eyes and ears open!
CCSS SPONSORS & PARTNERS
The 2018 issue of the Social Studies Review entitled, "Technology in History-Social Science Education" will be released for publication in early March of 2019...
State Board of Education approves NEW H-SS Framework. In an effort to support our schools districts across the state we have provided open access to volume 54 of the Social Studies Review focusing on the integration of history-social studies outcomes aligned to LCAP priorities. CLICK HERE to download your copy today.
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We appreciate the generous support from our sponsors and their dedication to quality history-social studies education.