News Archive

UCBHSSP In the News

UCBHSSP work with Colorado teachers mentioned in this article, "How History Class Divides Us," EdWeek, 23 October 2018.

"A Summer Rich in History for Students who Looked, Listened, and Questioned," EdSource, 16 August 2017.

Blog post about our Making History program, Jonathan Raymond, President, Stuart Foundation, "Beyond Truths that are Self-Evident," Vunela, 27 July 2017.

Site Director Rachel B. Reinhard quoted in this article, "Fake News: How Teachers Help Students Sort it Out," San Jose Mercury News, 18 March 2016.

Profile of Devin Hess, "Strategies to Help Students 'Go Deep' When Reading Digitally, KQED Mind/Shift, October 17, 2016.

Interview with UCBHSSP Director Rachel Reinhard, This is Berkeley, March 2016.

"LGBT Law: Educators Work to Make History More Inclusive," San Jose Mercury News, November 8, 2015.

"Cal Program Helps with FAIR Act Development," Bay Area Reporter, July 30, 2015.

"Tapping History to Make Sense of Today," Berkeley News, July 8, 2015.

"Social Studies and Social Justice in the Context of the Common Core," Social Studies Review, 2014.

"Salinas First Mayor House becomes Educational Resource," Monterey Herald, April 10, 2014.

The Source

"California and the Nation: A US History Lesson" The Source (Winter 2016) p. 20.

Notes from the Director

Summer Institutes, 2014

Teaching History and #blacklivesmatter, Fall 2015

"What I Do: Historians Talk About What They Do

Global History Series, Winter 2016

Rejuvenation 101, Summer 2016

The Newly Adopted History-Social Science Framework, Fall 2016

Implementing the H-SS Framework Throughout the Bay Area, Winter 2017

Preparing for a New Year, Fall 2017

Making History, Spring 2018

Spotlight on Schools

A Multi-Year Collaboration in San Jose

Buidling an Authentic Partnership

Putting Students at the Center of the Instructional Circle

How a Local District is Helping Teachers Work Together

The Creation of a History Advisory Committee

Meet Our Teachers

Jenna Rentz helps us Make History

Local Teacher Helps Students Connect to Bay Area History

A Teacher Joins the Project!

An Interview with a History Teacher