K–16 Education

  • The Integrity of History Education

    From the Executive Director

    James Grossman and Jeremy C. Young | Feb 8, 2023

    Over the past two years, legislation that would ban so-called divisive concepts concerning race, gender, sexuality, and US history in classrooms and c...
  • Letter to Virginia Board of Education Urging Adoption of Proposed History Standards

    From the Association

    AHA Staff | Dec 29, 2022

    On October 19, 2022, the AHA sent this letter to the Virginia Board of Education.
  • Working Together


    Ellen R. Feingold, Abby Pfisterer, Orlando R. Serrano Jr., and Sarah Weicksel | Dec 15, 2022

    Four museum colleagues are pioneering a new approach to creating history exhibitions for children.
  • Supporting Educators

    Annual Meeting, Perspectives Daily

    Alexandra F. Levy | Dec 15, 2022

    How does one teach history with integrity in today’s charged atmosphere? Attend these AHA23 sessions on this question and more.

Most Recent

  • Deep in the Heart of Teaching

    Kathleen Hilliard | Nov 28, 2022

    Two days at the AHA’s Texas Conference gave the VP of the Teaching Division much to think about.
  • Standards of Revision

    Stephen Jackson | Oct 26, 2022

    Social studies standards in South Dakota are on the frontline of the culture war.
  • Sic et Non

    Vanessa R. Corcoran | Sep 9, 2022

    Sometimes, the unexpected path is the better one.
  • What Are Students Learning?

    James Grossman | Aug 18, 2022

    What is actually being taught in US history classrooms?
  • AHA Member Spotlight: James W. Fraser

    Matthew Keough | Apr 8, 2022

    James W. Fraser is a professor of history and education at New York University. He lives in New York, New...

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