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NYSCSS Hosts a Webinar
After the 19th Amendment:
Teaching About Women and the American Story
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The NYSCSS Curriculum & Assessment Committee is proud to sponsor a free, webinar that will explore sources from the New York Historical Society's dynamic Women & the American Story curriculum to trace how women continued to advocate for themselves and their communities after ratification of the 19th Amendment.
Women & the American Story(WAMS) is a free, open access curriculum website from the New-York Historical Society. WAMS connects teachers and students with classroom resources that illuminate diverse women’s contributions to the American past.
This webinar will highlight a diverse range of women—across race, ethnicity, economic status, and geography—and explore the many ways they strove to legitimize their new place in American society in the face of policies and a culture that continued to limit their roles.
About the New-York Historical Society The New-York Historical Society was established in 1804 as New York’s first museum. New-York Historical offers to visitors a vast collection of art, objects, artifacts and documents both onsite and on-line, and an ongoing collecting program that aims to facilitate a broad grasp of history’s enduring importance and its usefulness in finding explanations, causes, and insights.
This event is free to members and non-members.
CTLE credit will be offered to those who attend.
Registration deadline: Monday, November 16, 2020, at noon.
CIVIC READINESS INITIATIVE
SED Releases U.S. History Regents Prototypes-
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Stimulus-Based Short Essay Questions:
Sample Student Papers Click here for more information
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BUDGET UPDATES FOR CIVICS
Here is the slideshow NYSED SS Updates May 2020.pdf
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Outstanding High School Teacher
Kathryn Cocco Indian River High School
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Stephanie Cronk Moravia Middle School
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President, Erica Martin, Chittenango
Vice President, Jen Medwid, Baldwinsville
Vice President, Carrie-Ann Ronalds, Canastota
Treasurer, Lynette Avery, Liverpool
Secretary, Vince Monterosso, J-D (retired)
Past President, Kate Gross, F-M
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