IAP BOOK SERIES

Social Science Education Consortium Book Series

The underlying theme in the Social Science Education Consortium Book Series is the power of the social sciences to deepen the public’s understanding of significant social problems and to improve the quality of social and political discourse and decision-making. Social science disciplines represent rich knowledge domains and, importantly, offer powerful ways of thinking that can provide a foundation for systematic analysis and reasoned deliberation. The series aims to help educators convey the knowledge and intellectual tools of the social sciences in PreK-12 schools and in teacher education.



Editorial Board
Ilene R. Berson, University of South Florida
Michael J. Berson, University of South Florida
James E. Davis, Past Executive Director of the Social Science Education Consortium
Richard Diem, Emeritus, University of Texas - San Antonio
Kathryn Engebretson, University of Indiana, Bloomington
Christy Hammer, University of Southern Maine
Laura Handler, University of North Carolina – Charlotte
Roslyn Mickelson, University of North Caroline – Charlotte
Murry Nelson, Emeritus, Penn State University
Stephanie Schroeder, Penn State University
Maia Shephard, George Washington University
Charles S. White, Social Science Education Consortium