Education Today blog | August 23, 2012
The Missouri Council for History Education's seventh annual Best Practices in History Education Conference takes place September 21, 2012 at The National Churchill Museum in Fulton. Gary Kremer, the Executive Director of the Missouri State Historical Society, will be the featured speaker, addressing The Impact of the Civil War on African American Life in Missouri. Cooperating School Districts is one of the sponsors of the MOCHE conference; this one day event will include nine breakout sessions that will appeal to K-12 social studies teachers. In addition, all conference attendees will receive free teaching resources, including a published work by Dr. Kremer.
“Leave the past to history especially as I propose to write that history myself.”