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The 49th annual Northeast Regional Conference on the Social Studies (#NERC49) will take place at Framingham State University in Framingham, MA, on March 18 & 19, 2019 (snow date: Wednesday, March 20, 2019).

Visit the Massachusetts Council for the Social Studies for more information

Keynote speakers:

  • Barbara Berenson (Monday, March 18) will speak about women’s right to vote
  • The Honorable Justice Robert J. Cordy (Tuesday, March 19) will discuss the importance and necessity for a free and independent press and judiciary.

 


THANK YOU TO ALL ATTENDEES, VENDORS, STUDENTS, AND PRESENTERS FOR JOINING US AT the 2018 CCSS ANNUAL FALL CONFERENCE!


THANK YOU TO ALL ATTENDEES, VENDORS, STUDENTS, AND PRESENTERS FOR MAKING NERC 48 A RESOUNDING SUCCESS!


 

 

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