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History Instruction Needs to Make the Past Relevant for Students, TC's Gaudelli Says

Commenting on the results of a national history test on which just 45 percent of high school seniors scored "basic" or above in proficiency, the Associate Professor of Social Studies tells U.S. News & World Report that history teachers need to take important contemporary issues, such as health care, and help students understand them historically.
Commenting on the results of a national history test on which just 45 percent of high school seniors scored "basic" or above in proficiency, the Associate Professor of Social Studies tells U.S. News & World Report that history teachers need to take important contemporary issues, such as health care, and help students understand them historically.

Link: High School Seniors’ U.S. History Scores Remain Flat

Published Thursday, Jun. 16, 2011

History Instruction Needs to Make the Past Relevant for Students, TC's Gaudelli Says

Commenting on the results of a national history test on which just 45 percent of high school seniors scored "basic" or above in proficiency, the Associate Professor of Social Studies tells U.S. News & World Report that history teachers need to take important contemporary issues, such as health care, and help students understand them historically.

Link: High School Seniors’ U.S. History Scores Remain Flat

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