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Date: Sep 12 2018
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Collaborative for Educational Services seeks Social Justice Education Specialist - Info

Football Season!!

Georgetown Football, 1930

https://www.loc.gov/item/2016889721/

Date: Sep 5 2018
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EMERGING AMERICA HISTORY eNEWS Vol. 5, Issue 33 for September 5, 2018

Date: Aug 29 2018
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Emerging America History eNews Vol 5, issue 32 for August 29, 2018

Emerging America History E–News

Emerging America is a program of the Collaborative for Educational Services

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Date: Aug 15 2018
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EMERGING AMERICA HISTORY eNEWS Vol. 5, Issue 31 for August 15, 2018

Date: Aug 1 2018
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Edward M. Kennedy Institute - Americans speak on the United States Senate - Poll 76% of voters say that most senators are out of touch with the people in their states Overall, 28% of voters say that they are satisfied with the U.S. Senate and 72% are dissatisfied, including 34% who are very dissatisfied.

CIVICS Bill PASSES!

Protesters, black and white, walking and in wheelchairs, carry signs demanding "Access to Work" and "Sign 504"
Date: Jul 14 2018
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This is a great simple civics lesson with three distinctive case studies: marchers with disabilities who took over federal buildings in a historic sit-in in 1977 (the 504 protests), young American volunteers in the Spanish Civil war in 1936, and a 12-year-old mill worker who was inspired to lead a walk-out in 1898. The lesson addresses new content in the 2018 US History II Framework for Massach…

Date: Jun 27 2018
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EMERGING AMERICA HISTORY eNEWS Vol. 5, Issue 26 for June 27, 2018

Date: Jun 20 2018
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EMERGING AMERICA HISTORY eNEWS Vol. 5, Issue 25 for June 20, 2018

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Western Massachusetts Writing Project - Civics Literacy Leadership Institute - 2018-2019 school year - Info  

 

Teaching Social Studies in Elementary Grades:

Uncle Sam, behind high wall marked "Literacy Test" which is spiked with pen points, says to immigrant family below: "You're welcome, if you can climb it".
Date: Jun 16 2018
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Who gets accepted as a citizen or as an immigrant?  Who is considered a desirable immigrant? This lesson plan examines the arrival of newcomers and the history of the entry process. Students use primary source images and texts to investigate the answer to this question for Ellis Island in the 1900s and then present evidence with supported claims. The lesson is made vivid by the task of deciding…

Date: Jun 13 2018
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EMERGING AMERICA HISTORY eNEWS Vol. 5, Issue 24 for June 13, 2018