Don’t miss this region’s most energizing gathering of social studies professionals! Come Grapple with Controversy in Social Studies March 2-3 at the Westin, Tysons Corner, VA. Register now and be part of the conversation. Keynote Speaker Announced! Hear the keynote address from Karen Korematsu, civic education leader of the Fred T. Korematsu Institute, dedicated to educating
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Social Studies: A Road Map to Social Justice February 24-25, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware Download the full program here.
With all of the fake news circulating and fall out from the media coverage of the election, no group of people have headed the call for a more informed citizenry than social studies teachers. This excellent article from the Smithsonian Institute breaks down the crucial role social studies education plays in developing critical and thoughtful citizens
Welcome back to school! By now, students are settling into routines and the business of teaching young citizens is well under way in your classrooms. Fall is not just for pumpkin spice lattes but also a good time to think about submitting a proposal for the Middle States Annual Conference. Now more than ever the
From the President’s Desk… At this point your classrooms have been packed up and you are probably already into your second or third novel you have been wanting to read since December. Summer break is well under way. To beat this heat, we hope you think ahead about February. Mark your calendars for February 24-25. These are
Dr. Diana Owen is receiving the Roselle Lecture Award at the Middle States Council for the Social Studies and will be he keynote speaker at the luncheon on Saturday 27th. Register for the conference here. The Roselle Award was established to honor the legacy of Daniel Roselle, Past President of MSCSS and long-time editor of
The Maryland Council for Civic and History Education Announces a New Grant to Train Teachers in Civics The Maryland Council for Civic and History Education is pleased to announce that funds will be available in Maryland, Virginia, Washington, DC, and West Virginia to provide professional development for middle and high school teachers in civics and
Founded in 1903, the Middle States Council for the Social Studies (MSCSS) is the oldest professional organization in the country devoted solely to social studies education. MSCSS engages and supports educators in strengthening and advocating social studies as a core discipline. With members across the country, MSCSS serves as an umbrella organization for elementary, secondary,