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2023 NCHE Conference

March 23-25, 2023



2023 NCHE Conference

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

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Blog Posts

Teach Your History Students How to Explore Changes in Their State with New Census Data

Did you know that 83% of the District of Columbia’s population is age 18 and over? Utah has the largest population (29%) under the age of 18. Find out how your state has changed over the…

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

What to a Veteran (and teacher) is Veterans Day?

Before I was a teacher, I served my country as an officer in the U.S. Army. That’s me, age 22, pictured for an Army “Equal Opportunity Week” poster. I am on the poster beca…

Laura Wallis Wakefield

Rethinking Columbus and 1492 In and Out of the Classroom Part I

Today is the first day of October, a month that is many things. It's National Apple Month (that makes sense); it's also National Sausage Month, perhaps because it coincides with German America…

Luis Martínez-Fernández