2019 Annual Conference
Lawson State Community College
Monday, October 14, 2019
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Welcome to ALCSS
We are an organization of educators from K-12 and higher education in the state of Alabama dedicated to social studies education. Our goal is to enable students to become global citizens and prepare them for the future. We do this by engaging educators from around the state in collaboration to empower them to be advocates within their own classrooms. We want students to become explorers of their world and to make connections between the past and present to become informed decision makers in the future.
We welcome all educators who share this same passion!
Each year we host an annual conference for educators. All subject areas are invited so that we can work together for our students. The conference moves every year to two years to reach every part of Alabama for inclusion of all educators. Keep on the look out for more information. If you would like to register for the conference download the following and email or mail it back as stated on the form.
Alabama's 200th Birthday
The Alabama Bicentennial is just around the corner. We are in a three year celebration of our state's birthday. Join us in the celebration! Check out more information about the 200th at:
Membership in the council is $10.00 per year. Conference registration is $65.00 and this includes a one year membership fee and access to all conference events including keynotes. In addition, we offer members opportunities to participate in other events throughout the year. If you would like to join National Council for the Social Studies, we will waive our membership cost this year. In doing so, indicate that you are registering from Alabama and send a copy of your receipt to us also.
National Council for Social Studies
Our national affiliate, NCSS, offers a variety of webinars and other resources for educators. They also hold an annual national conference. Check out more about NCSS at:
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