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Attachments below:
1)  The Neglect of Heritage by Donald H. Bragaw and H. Michael Hartoonian
2)  The Civic learning opportunity Gap:  Students' Access to citizenship Preparation in Colorado Schools Jill K. Conrad & Emelie Smith
NCSS Calls for Change  Peggy Altoff
Hirsch Attributes Complacency, Drift Away from Academic Content for Steep Decline in Students' Knowledge of Civics: <http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?llr=7am6wbcab&et=1103707267782&s=13188&e=001fEQ9xX28iAkepW1oASfJHLL-Htrj0NT2AHcVlaq74ND82msOLsEhBSEDz9SfQOTMY0-11pwroXIjO6jeMzJ6APcrA8cAhZ3lvdN9rvo2V_4CR_65iryX-PgJZKm2pCBd_HQ6i29LsDgqKx7qxvzyF9m-AuhjgsKk>
> 9.22.10 - BOSTON - National education standards expert E.D. Hirsch attributes a dramatic decline in American students' knowledge of civics over the last half-century to a simple failure to teach it that has resulted from complacency about the proper function of schools in a democracy in a transcript released today of The Sacred Fire of Liberty, an event featuring Professor Hirsch and former Clinton administration education advisor Andrew J. Rotherham.
Brenda Barr,
Nov 5, 2009, 9:49 AM
Brenda Barr,
Nov 5, 2009, 9:52 AM