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Integrating women’s studies into the high school curriculum

March ushers in warmer weather, a glimpse of light at the end of the school year tunnel and Women’s History Month. Students across the Commonwealth engage in lessons on famous female figures and women’s issues.

ACT surveying how science, history are taught in grades K-3

ACT is conducting surveys with Kentucky teachers, principals and district leaders through March to better understand how schools prioritize teaching science and history/social studies...

Icy exploration leads to lessons

Sam Northern, librarian at Simpson Elementary, is bringing his Antarctic expedition to the classroom through interdisciplinary lessons.

Free resources for Black History Month

This February, the Allan Houston Foundation is providing EverFi’s 306-African American History digital resource to Kentucky schools at no cost.

Nominations sought for Outstanding Civic Education Leadership Award

Nominations and applications are being accepted for the Secretary of State's Kentucky Outstanding Civic Education Leadership Award.

National WWII Museum hosting summer institute

Applications are open for The National WWII Museum Summer Teacher Institute, a professional learning opportunity for high school social studies teachers that includes a...

Welcome to the Social Studies page

Lauren Gallicchio is the new social studies consultant for the Kentucky Department of Education.

Cumberlands offers professional learning on 14th Amendment

The University of the Cumberlands is offering a professional learning opportunity for social studies teachers on the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution on...

Kentucky Teacher of the Year moves from background to spotlight

Ron Skillern, who has been teaching social studies for more than 30 years, tried to retire in 2014 but he just couldn’t stay away from the classroom.

Registration open for Kentucky social studies teachers’ conference

Registration is open for the Kentucky Council for the Social Studies Annual Conference, which will be Oct. 15 at Bellarmine University in Louisville. Click here...