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In the last month or so, lawmakers in Arkansas, Arizona, Deleware, Idaho, Iowa, Louisiana, Michigan, Missouri, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Ohio, Rhode Island, Texas, Tennessee, and West Virginia, as well as in the U.S. Congress, have introduced legislation that seriously effects the teaching of history and social studies in both K-12 and Higher Education institutions.
Dear H-High-S Readers,
Open Access is reshaping the scientific world by making research available to the masses while, at the same time, putting a tremendous burden on researchers who don't have the financial resources to support Open Access publication.
Stephanie Paalvast, head of Open Research at Brill Publishers will speak with Avi Staiman, CEO of Academic Language Experts about:
How you should decide if your research should be published open?
The finances of publication fees (APC’s) for open research and how to negotiate a better rate
Call for Papers: history and philosophy of education
The Business of School: Theological and Ethical Reflections on the Educational-industrial Complex, edited by Michael Hanegan and Joshua Ward Jeffery (Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock).
Teacher Fellowship Program
C-SPAN's Fellowship program is designed for middle and high school educators who are familiar with C-SPAN’s programs and can demonstrate innovative methods of incorporating these programs into the classroom.
This year C-SPAN will select up to 5 fellows to collaborate with the Education Relations team to develop new teaching materials.
Each selected C-SPAN Fellow will: