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Not every child will become a scientist, mathematician or an author, but every child will become a citizen, therefore it is essential that we focus on
social studies education.

Dedicated to Preserving and Protecting Social Studies Education

We are- Social Studies Council of Alabama, your state affiliate of the National Council for Social Studies

                                               

Historical Site of the Month:

Sloss Furnaces

http://slossfurnaces.com

 

A National Historic Landmark: Sloss Furnaces produced iron for nearly 90 years, which gave rise to the city of Birmingham.  Come visit us and tell us you are a member of SSCA!

Information of the Month:

The Federal Reserve is offering a series of professional development opportunities during the spring.  For more information about offerings please contact: Julie Kornegay at: julie_L_Kornegay@glc.frb.org 


Just in from the National Council for Social Studies

The Elementary and Secondary Education Act is undergoing reauthorization and social studies is NOT being included.  NCSS encourages everyone to contact their congressional members and ask for support of the social studies.

 


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The Alabama Geographic Alliance’s vision is that Alabama teachers, students, and citizens will apply their geographic knowledge of the world in order to better understand the global economy, environment, culture, community, and workplace.

 



Alabama State Course of Study Standards Please visit our sponsors and let them know that you have seen them on the Social Studies Council of Alabama website! Like Us on Facebook®

 

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