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On Sunday, Jan. 8, 2023, Scott Abbott, policy scientist at the University of Delaware’s Institute for Public Administration (IPA) and the assistant director of the Delaware Center for Civics Education, moderated a panel at the annual conference for the American Historical Association in Philadelphia. The panel focused on “The Ethics of Teaching History in Today’s K–12 Classrooms” and was presented by the National Humanities Center. Abbott led a panel discussion with co-panelists Tyrone Shaw (McKinley Technology High School, Washington, D.C.), Elizabeth Mulcahy (Albemarle County Schools, Virginia), Adam Davis (School District of Philadelphia) and Mike Williams (National Humanities Center, North Carolina). These secondary school teachers and school administrators shared the challenges they experience teaching history in K-12 classrooms today given the current political climate and discussed the question, “In this current polarized and politicized climate, how can history teachers balance their commitment to using history to make sense of our present reality with importance of preserving the ways in which the past was radically and qualitatively different?” IPA is a research and public service center in the Joseph R. Biden, Jr. School of Public Policy and Administration.
Article by Sophonie Milord. Originally posted in UDaily's For the Record.
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