Rebecca L. West | Feb 28, 2023In December and January, the AHA sent two letters, signed on to two more, and collaborated on drafting K–12 standards in Virginia.
Don’t Say Gay, Stop WOKE, Banned Books, and Anti-Trans Laws
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Laura Ansley | Feb 10, 2023A webinar on current controversies regarding history education and related issues featured the challenges facing teachers at all education levels.
The Uncertain Future of Social Studies in Virginia
Brendan Gillis | Feb 9, 2023An update on the AHA’s recent K–12 advocacy in Virginia.
The Integrity of History Education
From the Executive Director
James Grossman and Jeremy C. Young | Feb 8, 2023Over the past two years, legislation that would ban so-called divisive concepts concerning race, gender, sexuality, and US history in classrooms and c...
Photographs by Marc Monaghan | Jan 25, 2023Historians visited the City of Brotherly Love for four days of discussions on a variety of topics.
Guidelines for Broadening the Definition of Historical Scholarship
James Grossman | Jan 24, 2023On January 5, 2023, the AHA Council approved the Guidelines for Broadening the Definition of Historical Scholarship.
Rebecca L. West | Dec 29, 2022A new Archivist of the United States, a push for diverse and accurate state social studies standards, and an amicus brief for Haaland v. Brackeen.
Letter to Virginia Board of Education Urging Adoption of Proposed History Standards
AHA Staff | Dec 29, 2022On October 19, 2022, the AHA sent this letter to the Virginia Board of Education.
Alexandra F. Levy | Dec 15, 2022How does one teach history with integrity in today’s charged atmosphere? Attend these AHA23 sessions on this question and more.