K–16 Education

  • What’s Being Taught?

    From the Executive Director

    James Grossman | May 2, 2024

    AHA research explores what is mandated and taught in secondary US history classrooms.
  • Who Is in Charge of History Curricula?

    AHA Activities

    Whitney E. Barringer, Nicholas Kryczka, and Scot McFarlane | Apr 17, 2024

    The AHA’s Mapping the Landscape project has found that teachers are facing a perennial question.
  • Tracking Undergraduate History Enrollments in 2023


    Julia Brookins | Apr 16, 2024

    Read the results of the AHA’s 2023 survey of undergraduate history enrollments.
  • What about Continuity?


    Averill Earls, Elizabeth Garner Masarik, Sarah Handley-Cousins, and Marissa C. Rhodes | Mar 13, 2024

    Since 2007, many have been using the five Cs framework in their teaching. Is it time to add a sixth?

Most Recent

  • A School without Books

    Michael Andoscia | Jan 24, 2024

    One veteran Florida social studies teacher shares the recent changes brought to his district by state legislation.
  • Erasing the Past

    Hamaad Habibullah | Jan 23, 2024

    Textbook “rationalization” has become the primary means of erasing Muslims from India’s history.
  • A Classroom Tune-Up

    Richard Bond | Dec 18, 2023

    How do you teach students to think like historians?
  • Approaches to Teaching Israel–Palestine

    Laura Ansley | Dec 12, 2023

    A webinar brought together a panel of historians to discuss strategies and recommend readings and films for teaching the history of Israel–Palestine.
  • The Annual Meeting Is for Teachers

    Katharina Matro | Dec 8, 2023

    With almost 90 sessions devoted to teaching and learning history, AHA24 is a great conference for teachers.

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