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Public education is supposed to prepare an informed citizenry – elementary teachers have just two hours a week to teach social studies

By Kenneth Anthony, Associate Professor of Elementary Education, Mississippi State University
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From the founding of the U.S., public schools were seen as a key way to develop an informed, active citizenry. Social studies educators struggle to achieve that goal today.The Conversation

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