At the National Council for the Social Studies conference on Dec. 2, NewseumED reached its 50,000th registered user. Dianna Hall, who teaches 12th-grade U.S. history at Phelps Architecture, Construction, and Engineering High School in Washington, D.C., was the 50,000th person to sign up to gain access to the hundreds of free primary sources that are available on NewseumED.org. Her lucky timing won her free registration to the NCSS conference in San Francisco in 2017.
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