Globalizing the Social Studies Curriculum

Parker, Walter
October 1984
Educational Leadership;Oct84, Vol. 42 Issue 2, p92
Discusses the need to globalize the social studies curriculum. Effort to implement a potent social studies curriculum in all 13 grades; Infusion of the curriculum with a global perspective; Dimensions of a global perspective.


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