— ON BEHALF OF THE NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR SOCIAL STUDIES —
The Churchill Archives for Schools provides an expanding range of classroom-ready resources specially written and developed by leading history educators to engage and excite as well as inform and challenge. Based around four broad topics in modern world history, the Churchill Archive for Schools also offers teachers and students an accessible entry-point to the complete Churchill Archive.
A small team of talented educators has developed a series of teaching investigations in support of the Churchill For Schools archive to help make sense of the role and perspective of Winston Churchill in world history and in Anglo-American relations. Access to this archive is now free and open to schools, and I’d like to invite you to register your school today.
Board of Directors, National Council for Social Studies
Board of Directors, National Council for History Education
Distinguished Speaker, Organization of American Historians
ANOTHER NCSS OPPORTUNITY
The American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) has partnered with NCSS in a variety of ways. Here is an opportunity for teachers in your states.
ABOTA is hosting a National Teachers Law School for social studies administrators on Sept. 30-Oct. 1, 2016. We are now accepting applications through April 22ndand would love to get the word out about this to the CS4 group.
This is a wonderful all-expense-paid trip for 45 social studies educators from across the country. You can visit this link for more details and registration info:www.regonline.com/nationalteacherslawschool
And, as always, thank you for your continued support!
Civics Education Director
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