Educators for Social Justice

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  • REGISTER HERE More Information Here As many as 30,000 fugitive slaves reached freedom in Canada from the Southern United States within the years before the Civil War. Fugitives were aided by sympathetic people along the Underground Railroad, ...

  • As an NCSS Special Interest Community, you have a unique perspective and important resources to share with teachers. The techniques and concepts presented in Social Studies and the Young Learner, a peer-reviewed journal, are designed to help preK ...

  • Hello, Please find the message below from NCSS President Stefanie Wager, NCSS President-Elect Anton Schulzki, and NCSS Executive Director Lawrence Paska, Ph.D. -- Dear Social Justice Community, After careful consideration of current ...

  • Hello, Here's a friendly reminder that CONNECTED will undergo scheduled maintenance on  May 21 from 11:00 PM to 3:00 AM ET / 8:00 PM to 12:00 AM PT . CONNECTED may experience sporadic connectivity during this maintenance window, but don't worry ...

  • Hi all! The Canadian Human Rights Museum  is presenting TWO free webinars about K-12 Human Rights education and resources next week, partnering with members of the NCSS Canada Community, SUNY-Plattsburgh, University of Maine, University of Washington, ...

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