Arizona Department of Education
The Arizona History and Social Science Standards are premised upon a rigorous and relevant K-12 social studies program within each district and school in the state.
The purpose of the Arizona Geographic Alliance is to strengthen geography education in Arizona. We are funded through grants and receive support from Arizona State University’s School of Geographical Sciences & Urban Planning where the AzGA office is located.
Arizona Council on Economic Education
Preparing teachers in teaching and students in learning personal finance, economics and entrepreneurship; and distributing proven non-proprietary economic education resources to schools free of charge.
ARIZONA COUNCIL FOR HISTORY EDUCATION
Arizona Council for History Education’s mission is to shape, support, advance, and maintain excellence in history education in Arizona. We strive to engage in developing meaningful partnerships and collaborations in order to promote an inclusive network to support history education.
ARIZONA FOUNDATION FOR LEGAL SERVICES AND EDUCATION
The State Bar of Arizona created the Arizona Foundation for Legal Services & Education as a separate 501(c) 3 organization in 1978, charging it with the mission of promoting access to justice for all Arizonans. The Foundation strives to fulfill this mission by preparing Arizona youth for civic responsibility and providing access to justice for Arizonans most in need. Through the provision of technical and financial assistance to probation & resource officers, teachers & administrators, private attorneys & judges, and legal service attorneys & advocates, the Foundation works to level the playing field, so that all in Arizona have knowledge and access to the justice systems.
Established by an Act of the First Territorial Legislature on November 7, 1864, the Arizona Historical Society (AHS) is Arizona’s oldest historical agency. Architects of the Territory’s code of laws realized they were making history and that it was important to preserve a record of their activities. One of their earliest actions was to create the means for documenting the past and recording contemporary events as they unfolded. This became the Arizona Historical Society, formed to collect and preserve “all facts relating to the history of this Territory.”
Many other Arizona organizations also offer programs for educators- Explore our wonderful state!
ARIZONA ARCHEOLOGICAL AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY
ARIZONA ASIAN AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
ARIZONA ASSOCIATION FOR THE GIFTED AND TALENTED
ARIZONA ASSOCIATION OF THE DEAF
ARIZONA CENTER FOR AFRICAN AMERICAN RESOURCES
ARIZONA CENTER FOR THE BLIND/VISUALLY IMPARED
ARIZONA COMMISSION ON THE ARTS
ARIZONA COMMEMORATIVE AIR FORCE MUSEUM
ARIZONA COURTS- Supreme Court Cases Archive
ARIZONA COURTS- Case Summaries
ARIZONA COURTS- Tribal Law 101
ARIZONA COUNCIL FOR EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN
ARIZONA COUNCIL FOR THE HUMANITIES
ARIZONA JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY
BOULDER CITY/HOOVER DAM MUSEUM
COLORADO RIVER HISTORICAL SOCIETY
DESERT CABALLEROS WESTERN MUSEUM
FAMILY HISTORY SOCIETY OF ARIZONA
INTERNATIONAL RESCUE COMMITTEE-PHX
INTERTRIBAL COUNCIL OF ARIZONA
ISLAMIC SPEAKERS BUREAU OF ARIZONA
MARTY A BROUNSTEIN (in depth stories of Holocaust resilence)
PIMERIA ALTA HISTORICAL SOCIETY
PRESIDIO SAN AUGUSTIN DEL TUCSON
SALT RIVER PROJECT HERITAGE CENTER
SOUTHERN ARIZONA GENEAOLOGICAL SOCIETY
SOUTHWESTERN MISSION RESEARCH CENTER
SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE ON LANGUAGE TEACHING
THOMAS R BROWN FOUNDATION (ECONOMICS)
UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA CENTER FOR MIDDLE EAST STUDIES (CMES)
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