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The primary purpose of the social studies program is to prepare students to become thoughtful individuals whose academic background and skills will enable them to function successfully in an increasingly complex, multi-cultural and changing world. The social studies curriculum will provide students with a scholarly framework of knowledge, the skills necessary to process information, and the capacity to understand, comprehend, value and appreciate diverse cultural differences and historical perspectives.
It is further understood that students can only learn history by "doing" history, that is to say, students must be active participants in the educational process, examining primary and secondary sources, data collection, analysis of debate, collaboration, identifying and considering critical questions, self management, and drawing their own conclusions through a process of critical thought. The desired end: to draw our students out into the world community, providing them with the capacity to live effective personal and public lives.
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