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History of Education Society Outstanding Book Award
This award recognizes the most outstanding book on the history of education published during the previous year. This includes work on schooling as well as educational institutions and processes more broadly, concerning the U.S. and/or other locations. Only books copyrighted in 2017 are eligible for consideration for the 2018 prize.
Criteria used to evaluate the books include:
Increasingly, I do think that teaching Western Civilization under the guise of a course called world history is racist.
Here is my recent article on the History News Network:
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I am reviewing the proposed changes to the Massachusetts frameworks and am deeply concerned about several aspects. The vision statement at the beginning of the document does not mention improving student knowledge of history nor does it mention helping students to learn effective ways to interpret the past. Also, the vision statement needs to be a measurable document if vision is synonomous with mission? How can we measure "promote the ideals of equality, justice, liberty, and the common good?" Throughout the document there are references to the "common good" which may have extremely di
I am wondering what H-High-S readers think are the 100 best primary sources for teaching US history (for world history I have stadrted a similar discussion over on H-world)?