PLEASE TAKE OUR SURVEYS ABOUT THE 2018 CONFERENCE/CCSS MEMBERSHIP
The elections for CCSS's Executive Committee and Board of Directors for 2018-19 have ended. Thanks for all who voted! Look here for the results after the tallies are verified and the Board certifies the election at its May 19 meeting.
CONFERENCE 2018: AFTERMATH
The 2018 conference, Tearing Down Walls: Building Connections, Collaboration and Civil Discourse, continued CCSS's 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... CLICK HERE
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YOUR LOCAL COUNCILS ARE
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.
We are seeking a qualified editor for our
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Now, more than ever, it is important for us to recognize those
who have had the courage and compassion to stand up for our most
vulnerable and been role models for their schools and their
communities by being leaders in advocating for issues impacting women, LGBTQ
community, Native Americans, African Americans, Asian Americans,
Latinx, immigrants, disabled people and people of diverse religious,
socio-economic and ethnic backgrounds.
THIS YEAR'S EDUCATOR AWARD WINNER HAs BEEN ANNOUNCED!
We appreciate the generous support from our sponsors and their dedication to quality history-social studies education.