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History Alive! The United States
Teachers’ Curriculum Institute
Managing Editor: Jeri Hayes
Project Editor: Joyce Bartky
Developmental Editor: John Bergez
Editorial Assistant: Anna Embree
Art Director: Tim Stephenson
Production Coordinator: Lynn Sanchez
Graphic Designer: Christy Uyeno
Illustrator: Richard Boles
Photo Editor: Margee Robinson
Operations Manager: Ellen Mapstone
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Diane Hart is a writer and consultant specializing in history and social studies. She is the author of several social studies textbooks as well as resources for teachers, including Authentic Assessment: A Handbook for Educators. She has written texts for special needs and limited English students that are used not only in schools, but also in prisons, adult literacy, and citizenship classes. Recently she has been developing materials for video, multimedia, and the Internet.
A former teacher and Woodrow Wilson Fellow, with a master’s degree in history from Stanford University, Diane remains deeply involved in social studies education. She is an active participant in the National and California Councils for the Social Studies.
In both her professional and volunteer activities, Diane has served as a bridge between social studies teachers and students on the one hand, and textbook publishers and media developers on the other. Her goal is always to help the latter better meet the needs and goals of the former.
Senior Curriculum Developers
Contributing Curriculum Developers
Melissa Aubuchon, City of Ladue School District, St. Louis, Missouri
Connie Davidson, San Leandro Unified School District, San Leandro, California
Nicolle Hutchinson, Broward County Public Schools, Miramar, Florida
Julie Peters, Woodstock Community Union School District #200, Woodstock, Illinois
Debra Schneider, Tracy Unified School District, Tracy, California
Jeanne Barry, Readability Consultant, Jeanne Barry and Associates, Inc., Incline Village, Nevada
Kate Kinsella, Ed.D, Reading and TESOL Specialist, Department of Secondary Education
College of Education, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, California
David Knipfer, Mapping Specialists, Ltd., Madison, Wisconsin
Chuck Taft, Internet Content Consultant, University School of Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Maureen Booth, Constitutional Law Consultant, Maynard, Massachusetts
Stanley J. Underdal, Ph.D, Scholar of Native American Studies, Ethnicity, and Race in U.S. History and History of the West, San Jose State University, San Jose, California
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