The New York State K-12 Social Studies Resource Toolkit is extensively featured in a special section of the National Council for the Social Studies’ flagship journal Social Education. The journal says the Toolkit, “marks a major advance in the progress of the College, Career, and Civic Life (C3) Framework” for Social Studies Standards.
“As a Social Studies teacher myself, I know it is crucial that students receive rich opportunities to study history and social issues,” said State Education Commissioner MaryEllen Elia. “The Toolkit gives teachers the resources to keep their students engaged and help them become better students and better citizens. Read more.