"A Remarkable Resource"
"With Heritage Education, Social Studies teachers will be provided robust and wide-ranging historical scholarship as well as primary sources that will enliven their instruction and their students' research... a remarkable resource.”
- –Susan Griffin, Executive Director, National Council for the Social Studies
“The Heritage Education project is simply remarkable. I am impressed with the repository of scholarship and the way you are thinking about pushing media to do more in the classroom. Bringing together content experts, teachers, educators, and instructional technologists will ensure the site is of the highest value for users.”
- –Prof. Kathleen Swan, co-director of C3 Framework project, Council of Chief State School Officers
"A 'Godsend' for ELA"
“Finding and integrating high quality non-fiction is a challenge for ELA teachers… This project is a godsend for busy teachers who want to move toward more meaningful texts… The work the American Heritage Society is doing will have a direct and positive impact on classrooms, making resources available to schools that might not have the resources to implement the Common Core on their own.
- –Lyn Cannaday, Nationally Board Certified in ELA and Teaching Fellow with Student Achievement Partners
"This project has tremendous potential to have a positive impact on the work of the Common Core State Standards."
- –Dr. Robin Hall, Director of Language Arts and Literacy, Council of the Great City Schools