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Parents and the Schools

Educators and education policymakers at the national and state levels support an expanded history curriculum in our schools. Parents and schools can be partners in this endeavor as they work toward their common goal of educating children. Following are some well-proven measures for supporting your children's study of history at school, and for forming productive relationships with those responsible for their education away from home:

  1. Become familiar with your school's history program. Ask yourself:

  2. Talk often with your child's teachers.

  3. Help to improve history education in your child's school.

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