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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2022 NCHE Conference

March 17-20, 2022

Conference

Conference

2022 NCHE Conference

Online Conference ~ March 17-20, 2022

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four days devoted to history education!

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Professional Organizations

Historical Memory: What Is it Good For?

Before I began writing this post, I did what I do whenever faced with a writing deadline: I scroll through social media. When I opened Facebook, I was struck by the common characteristic the f…


Dr. Mark Helmsing

Water Rights and Indigenous Communities

Water is essential to all societies as the foundation to all life on earth; today, water enables and encourages development in irrigation and hydropower. However, the allocation of who owns ho…


Varsha Venkatasubramanian, University of California at Berkeley

In Support of the Missouri Council for History Education Response to Missouri HB 1141, Amendment 3

The National Council for History Education supports the work/statement of the Missouri Council for History Education (MOCHE) in response to Missouri HB 1141, Amendment 3. “The proposed a…