The National Council for History Education provides professional and intellectual leadership to foster an engaged community committed to the teaching, learning, and appreciation of diverse histories.

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2023 NCHE Conference

March 23-25, 2023



2023 NCHE Conference

Salt Lake City, UT ~ March 23-25, 2023

Join teachers, historians, and university faculty
for three days devoted to history education!

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Blog Posts

How do we Navigate the “Culture Wars” in History Classrooms this Year?

History teachers are beginning the new school year in a difficult place. Librarians and history teachers are being singled out all over the country as either not “woke” enough or t…

Paul Horton, University of Chicago Laboratory Schools & NCHE

NCHE History Educators Tell the Stories That Need to Be Told

“If we don’t tell their stories, who will?” These eight words were a powerful exclamation point to a June 2022 tour of Historic Jamestowne, Virginia, which featured the story…

Matt Pelc, Neptune Middle School, St. Cloud, Florida

Census Bureau Data + Kahoot!: Learning Resources for Your History Students

Times have changed. For example, the first nonmilitary computer used after the 1950 Census weighed 16,000 pounds and used 5,000 vacuum tubes. Today, we can carry computers in the palm of our h…

Kimberley Glascoe, U.S. Census Bureau Statistics in Schools