Conn. issues guidance to schools on developing social studies curriculum

07/13/2014 | New Haven Register (Conn.)

Connecticut's Board of Education recently issued guidance that aims to help create a curriculum that includes economics, geography, technology and culture to prepare students to compete in a global workforce. Curriculum changes follow the recommendations of the College, Career and Civic Life Framework by the National Council on the Social Studies and could be approved by the fall.

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