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New Hampshire Council for the Social Studies
One award of $1,000 to an outstanding New Hampshire K-12 teacher who has demonstrated excellence in teaching social studies. Nominees should: (a) demonstrate the ability of helping young people understand the importance of the social studies, (b) participate in social studies-related activities in the life of the school community, and (c) have a record of involvement and achievement as a social studies professional beyond the individual’s own classroom and school.
GrantWatch ID#: 166636
The NHCSS Teacher of the Year will be honored at the New Hampshire “Excellence in Education Program” (known as the “EDies”) in June 2016.
In addition, the recipient will be awarded a year’s membership in NHCSS, will be recognized at the NHCSS Annual Conference in the fall of 2016, and will receive an award of $1,000.
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