Educators Appreciation Day  at Mystic Seaport Museum this Saturday Oct. 19!

Join us for Educators Appreciation Day at Mystic Seaport Museum this Saturday October 19. All teachers, administrators, homeschoolers, paraprofessionals, afterschool professionals, and their families (up to four people total with teacher ID) will receive free Mystic Seaport Museum admission. Don’t miss this special opportunity to explore the Museum, learn more about our educational programs, and […]

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CCSS Receives Honors and Recognition from NCSS

News and Congratulations from the National Council for the Social Studies: Connecticut Council for the Social Studies has achieved one of our highest honors and is recognized as a Gold Star Council by the National Council for the Social Studies for its impressive achievements in 2019. We sincerely appreciate the work you do to advocate […]

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Resources from the National WWI Museum and Memorial

The National WWI Museum and Memorial (https://www.theworldwar.org/) has a number of online education resources that you and your colleagues in the Council for Social Studies might find useful: Education E-Newsletter—a monthly selection of up-to-date articles, WWI content and pedagogy curated by topic Teaching Resource Database–source for WWI lesson plans and education resources, searchable by grade […]

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Congratulations: David Bosso inducted into National Hall of Fame

Longtime Berlin teacher inducted into National Hall of Fame April 3, 2019 By Devin Leith-Yessian, Record-Journal staff  BERLIN — A longtime Berlin High School teacher was inducted into the National Teachers’ Hall of Fame for his contributions to statewide policy, mentorship of younger teachers and sharing his experiences from around the globe with students. Social studies teacher David Bosso […]

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“See It, Be It” Program

Connecticut Women’s Hall of Fame’s “See It, Be It” Program expands educational opportunities for students by providing monthly classroom programs that engage students in key literacy and social studies standards while exploring the inspirational stories of inductees of Connecticut Women’s Hall of Fame (CWHF)If you’re interested in finding out how to bring CWHF’s year-long “See It, […]

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Educators Appreciation Day  at Mystic Seaport Museum this Saturday Oct. 19!

Join us for Educators Appreciation Day at Mystic Seaport Museum this Saturday October 19. All teachers, administrators, homeschoolers, paraprofessionals, afterschool professionals, and their families (up to four people total with teacher ID) will receive free Mystic Seaport Museum admission. Don’t miss this special opportunity to explore the Museum, learn more about our educational programs, and […]

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CCSS Receives Honors and Recognition from NCSS

News and Congratulations from the National Council for the Social Studies: Connecticut Council for the Social Studies has achieved one of our highest honors and is recognized as a Gold Star Council by the National Council for the Social Studies for its impressive achievements in 2019. We sincerely appreciate the work you do to advocate […]

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Resources from the National WWI Museum and Memorial

The National WWI Museum and Memorial (https://www.theworldwar.org/) has a number of online education resources that you and your colleagues in the Council for Social Studies might find useful: Education E-Newsletter—a monthly selection of up-to-date articles, WWI content and pedagogy curated by topic Teaching Resource Database–source for WWI lesson plans and education resources, searchable by grade […]

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