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Here is Your Indiana Government 2013-2014 edition available
13 May 2013, Indianapolis, IN
by Matt Ottinger, Indiana Chamber of Commerce
Dear Indiana educators,
We’re now taking pre-orders for Here Is Your Indiana Government: 2013-14 Edition -- the most comprehensive guide to governance in the Hoosier State.
Since its development in 1942, this book has been used by the community and hundreds of thousands of students (from sixth grade to college level) to learn about Indiana and how Hoosiers govern themselves. The book is sponsored by CTB/McGraw-Hill and scheduled to ship in early August.
- Interesting facts about Indiana (demographics, state song, motto, origin of county names, notable natives, etc.)
- Historical highlights of Indiana government development
- State government (updated explanations of its departments/agencies and their functions, updated budget information, contact information including phone numbers and web addresses)
- County government (origins of the counties, the elective county administrative officials and their function, council function, powers of the counties, services)
- Cities and towns (creation, city classifications, incorporated towns, municipal government, public works)
- Township government (divisions, schools, boards)
Large quantity discount pricing is available as follows:
1 to 9 copies: $19.50 each
10 to 25 copies: $12.50 each
26 to 50 copies: $10.00 each
51 to 75 copies: $8.50 each
76 to 100 copies: $7.50 each
101 or more: $7.00 each
To place your order, call (800) 824-6885 or email email@example.com.
Thank you,Matt Ottinger
Director, Publications & Social Media
Indiana Chamber of Commerce
February Viewpoints Published19 February 2013, Indianapolis, IN
by H. Robert Brady
The February issue of Viewpoints, the official open journal of the Indiana Council for the Social Studies, has been published. You can download a copy of the PDF document here. Note that the journal is 97 pages long. Downloaded document is meant to be read on a computer/tablet or SELECTIVELY printed. We are also supplying a supplement, a PDF portfolio on the archeological recovery of Richard III remains in Leichester, England. Download the PDF Portfolio here.
National Council for the Social Studies Election Begins
31 January 2013, Indianapolis IN
by H. Robert Brady
Important reminder to NCSS members that the electronic voting for NCSS offices will open on 1 February. Make certain that you vote and vote early to avoid any lats minute tech problems. The ICSS president Michael Boucher is on the ballot as a candidate for NCSS Vice President. The ICSS Board has endorsed him for the position.