Join the National Council for History Education (NCHE) for the Past, Present, and Future: NCHE at 30 conference in Cleveland, OH on March 19-21, 2020. Implicit in the study of history is an awareness of the past, present, and future. Being aware of how things change over time and our ability to develop historical consciousness is, arguably, what makes us human. So, it is fitting that in celebration of its 30th anniversary, NCHE's conference theme explores how the past, present, and future are entwined and how knowledge of history informs, changes and enriches our lives. NCHE was founded in Cleveland, OH in 1990. Help us celebrate 30 years of fostering the teaching and learning of history. The NCHE Conference features over 70 Breakout, Mini, and Poster Sessions, Enrichment Excursions to historic sites in and around the city, the NCHE Exhibit Hall, and our Friday Night at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Keynote Speakers for the conference are: Kate Clarke Lemay (National Portrait Gallery), Adam Hochschild (UC Berkeley), and Jill Lepore (Harvard University).
The national conference is a place where historical thinkers can come together and share their passion for teaching and learning. Join teachers, historians and university faculty from around the nation for three days of the Best in History Education!
Director of Conferences & Events
National Council for History Education
13940 Cedar Road, #393
University Heights, OH 44118