WI-Wisconsin’s Model Academi

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Two Letter WI
State Wisconsin
Policy Focus Curriculum Framework
Initiating Entity SEA
Description Social studies is the integrated study of economics, geography, history, political science, and the behavioral sciences of psychology, sociology, and anthropology to promote civic competence. The standards outlined in this document provide an important foundation to prepare students to become engaged, informed participants committed to the ideas and values of our democratic republic, able to apply the skills of inquiry, collaboration, decision-making, and problem-solving (adapted from the National Council for the Social Studies definition). The Vision for Wisconsin Social Studies was written in 2015 by the State Superintendent’s K-12 Social Studies Advisory Committee: Wisconsin students will become civically-engaged problem-solvers who critically examine their roles in local, regional, state, national, and global communities. Through the study and application of the individual disciplines of social studies (behavioral sciences, economics, geography, history, and political science), students become lifelong learners able to collaborate and thrive in our interdependent world.
Reference Code Wisconsin’s Model Academic Standards for Social Studies (1997)
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