Teachers advised to ID context of history sources

Teachers advised to ID context of history sources

Teachers advised to ID context of history sources
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It's important to identify context before content when teachers are vetting sources of material for history classes, writes Paul Franz, the director of research at MBZ Labs and a former educator. In this article, Franz suggests that teachers consider using sources such as the National Archives and the Newseum, where materials have already been vetted.

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