Social studies is changing. Why aren’t your instructional materials?

Social studies education is changing rapidly. With new frameworks and state mandates paving the way for social studies as an essential discipline, reimagined with inquiry, inclusion, and civic-mindedness at its core, cutting down on social studies minutes and resources is not an option. Standards and legislation are demanding more. Districts leaders are expecting more. The onus is falling on teachers to do more. So why aren’t we asking more of our instructional materials?


* Source: U.S. Department of Education

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In this guide, you will read about:

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Where current instructional materials aren't meeting educators' needs

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How social studies educators are leading the charge on teaching complex topics

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What qualities educators should expect from their instructional content

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