The 89th NCSS Annual Conference in Atlanta, November 13-15, 2009, will include more than 100 American History sessions ideal for TAH grant holders, as well as a workshop with DOE TAH Program Lead Alex Stein and Cobb County (GA) grants director Robynn Holland, to talk about what grants have worked and what have not. Keynote speakers include historian Professor Eric Foner, Rep. John Lewis, and history teacher Maya Soetoro-Ng, sister of President Obama.
Special features include on-site workshops at the King Center and Jimmy Carter Presidential Library, tours of Civil War Atlanta and African-American Heritage, and a reception at the Carter Library.
The conference will be held at the Georgia World Congress Center and Omni Hotel at CNN Center in Atlanta.
Register online now at www.socialstudies.org/conference. Bring five teachers for the price of four!
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