Introduction: Histories of Social Studies Thought and Practice in Schools and Communities

Woyshner, Christine
September 2009
Theory & Research in Social Education;Fall2009, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p426
Academic Journal
The article discusses various papers published within the issue including one about the importance of proposals from individual educators to curriculum historiography and another about the social studies during the early 20th century.


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