America was built on democracy, a set of rules that governs the people in a state or country.
Determining whether voting is a right or a privilege has been a battleground for states to control who can cast a ballot in elections.
In early 2019, I walked into an exhibit at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles that exponentially expanded my love and respect for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Across the country and the world, people are rallying behind the Black Lives Matter movement to enact change in a system that has historically been unjust to people of color.
Participatory citizenship is the act of citizens actively participating through community and political life to build a democracy that respects human rights.
Think back to a moment when you as a student sat in a social studies class and struggled to spit out a memorized date of an important event your teacher said would be integral to remember.
My last post was about quality novels to teach in the American history classroom.
Service learning has been a cornerstone of my educational approach for over a decade.
How does a teacher narrow down over 5000 years of human history and culture for the classroom? Use essential questions!
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