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Social Studies Lesson - Sample
Society is increasingly characterized by rapid social and technological change. In light of that, students must be given the tools to reflect on the ramification of those changes in order to be successful citizens of the 21st century.
Our social studies courses are designed to prepare students for the 21st century. Students explore the nature of society from its early beginnings to present day realities. Students examine how various cultures function and consider what it means to be a part of society. The goal is to have our students grasp how people lived and what has led to the world they know today.
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