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CELEBRATE UGANDA

October 9, 2018

While the month of October ushers in the fall season and Halloween festivities, it is also important to recognize the international holidays that take place all over the world during the month. On October 9th the people of Uganda celebrate Ugandan Independence Day. When many people think of the countries within the African continent, they think of more widely known West African countries, but it also important to learn and teach about areas that are not as familiar to us.

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RDU AND CLT HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATORS: SIGN UP FOR A CHANCE TO SCREEN SCHINDLER’S LIST FOR YOUR STUDENTS

October 8, 2019

Facing History has partnered with the USC Shoah Foundation to offer high school educators an opportunity to bring their classes for a free screening of Steven Spielberg’s cinematic milestone Schindler’s List.

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RUN FOR THE NCCSS BOARD OF DIRECTORS – NOMINATIONS DUE 10/15

October 1, 2018

In February 2019, members of the North Carolina Council for the Social Studies will elect 3 members to the Board of Directors, 1 Treasurer and 1 President-Elect. The NCCSS needs extraordinary social studies educators to help lead this professional organization.

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TEACHING THE GLOBAL ECONOMY

September 25, 2018

The global economy is comprised of the globalized, linked economies of the world’s countries. But teaching the global economy leads to questions. What does it mean to live in a global economy? What are the benefits and disadvantages of the global exchange? How does that impact students and educators? How can students be prepared to participate in the global economy?

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WORLD VIEW SENDS SUPPORT TO SCHOOLS, COLLEGES AND COMMUNITIES AFFECTED BY HURRICANE FLORENCE

September 17, 2018

This week in North Carolina we are witnessing an unprecedented natural disaster and we are witnessing an outpouring of care and concern, at the same time. Presently teachers, professors, counselors and educational administrators throughout North Carolina and the region are working hard for the safety of students during the Hurricane Florence. World View offers support as our partners and participants throughout the state and region are experiencing devastating losses of home and community structures caused by the raging winds and flooding from Hurricane Florence.

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