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Heading 3 -The Social Studies Educators Network of Canada – Réseau pour l’enseignement des sciences sociales du Canada (SSENC/RESSC) was formed in November of 2019 after several years of discussion with representatives from social studies teachers associations in every province.


Paragraph – SSENC/ RESSC now includes teacher representatives from the territories and those provinces where no social studies teachers’ association exists.


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We have three main objectives:

  1. To advocate for social studies education across Canada
  2. To facilitate networking and cooperation among social studies educators across Canada
  3. To engage with public institutions, private interests, and non-government institutions in the development and implementation of policies and/or resources related to social studies education across Canada.

Together SSENC/RESSC member associations represent over 6000 educators in all provinces and territories, teaching in both official languages.


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