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SB 3 Guidelines
These guidelines were developed by the Texas Council for the Social Studies. Teachers are urged to consult first with appropriate district leadership regarding the local policies and interpretations of this bill. The complete text of SB3 is downloadable at the Texas Legislature Online.
These guidelines were developed by the Texas Council for the Social Studies, teachers are urged to first consult with the leadership of your district regarding the local policies and interpretations of this bill.
TXCSS & TSSSA Joint position statement - The Texas Council for the Social Studies in conjunction with the Texas Social Studies Supervisors Association act as advocates for the core mission of public education as outlined in our Texas Education Code that states, the “primary purpose of the public school curriculum is to prepare thoughtful, active citizens who understand the importance of patriotism.” Read more
June 2020 - TXCSS Executive Committee statement on the death of George Floyd