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May 2022 Newsletter

Another One Bites the Dust! Closing Out the 2021-2022 School Year I cannot believe it! Here we are closing out another school year. Each and everyone of you May’ed it! […]

April 2022 Newsletter

NSCSS Annual Conference is Back (In-Person)! Gilder Lehrman National History Teacher of the Year – Now Accepting Nominations! Any full-time educator of grades K–12 who teaches American history (including state […]

March 2022 Newsletter

Crisis in Ukraine Teaching Resources “On February 24, Russia deployed its military into Ukraine. Bombs and shelling have continued to escalate as people flee their homes and desperately seek safety. […]

February 2022 Newsletter

Black History Month Happy Black History Month! Black History Month is an annual celebration of achievements by African Americans and a time for recognizing their central role in U.S. history. […]

January 2022 Newsletter

Cheers to the New Year! Dear Nebraska Social Studies Educators, Now that the New Year is here, I want to take this opportunity to not only extend a heartfelt greeting […]

December 2021 Newsletter

Inclusivity, Equity, and Diversity During December December is a month full of celebration, family, and merriment. There are holidays this month that are observed by religious and cultural groups. Our […]

November 2021 Newsletter

American Indian / Native American Heritage Month What started at the turn of the century as an effort to gain a day of recognition for the significant contributions the first […]

October 2021 Newsletter

Books of the Month Hello, Nebraska social studies community! Since I can remember I have been an avid reader. As the Amazon truck keeps pulling up to my house to […]

September 2021 Newsletter

Addressing Disrupted Instruction in the Social Studies: Recommendations on a Matter of Equity and National Importance OVERVIEW This brief offers a rationale and recommendations for addressing disrupted instruction and learning […]

August 2021 Newsletter

Welcome (Back) to the 2021-2022 School Year! Whew! The world of social studies education has seen more than its fair share of attention in the last couple of months. I […]

Updated February 3, 2021 2:17pm