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CRF ranked in the top-10 great sites for social studies

by Bill Hayes

The site findingDulcinea: The Librarian of the Internet has created a list of 101 Great Sites for Social Studies Class. Coming in at number eight is Constitutional Rights Foundation, the host of this blog. To cite just a couple of the many outstanding features on this site:

Bill of Rights in Action Archive, which has almost 20 years of back issues of Bill of Rights in Action, each with readings and activities on U.S. history, world history, economics, current issues, and government.

Research Links, which the Los Angeles Times rated as the best place for students to begin research on the Internet, has links for general and subject-specific research.

Educating About Immigration is a one-stop informational and interactive clearinghouse on topics of U.S. immigration for teachers, students, and all Americans. It features balanced, non-partisan curriculum on immigration history, on public policy, and on holding discussions on current controversies.

Explore the site. You will find many interesting programs, publications, and resources.