NJCSS includes social studies teachers, supervisors and university faculty. It advocates for the teaching and improvement of social studies instruction; supports the development and implementation of meaningful and effective social studies curriculum and instruction; provides a program of professional development for social studies educators; and provides for educational and professional interaction among social studies educators, professional organizations and government agencies. This year’s conference for K-12 social studies teachers is on October 23, 2017 at Rutgers.
Dues: $25 for teachers; $15 for pre-service teachers; $40 for joint membership with the N.J. Social Studies Supervisors Association
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