Past Conferences

  • 1995 – Colonial Williamsburg

    • The Future of the Past

  • 1996 – The Library of Congress, Washington, DC

    • Advancing History Education in American Schools

  • 1997 – Lake Geneva, WI

    • Preparing Knowledgeable and Effective History Teachers

  • 1998 – The National Museum of American History, Washington, DC

    • Kids Learning History

  • 1999 – The National Museum of American History, Washington, DC

    • Kids Learning History II

  • 1999 – Cincinnati, OH

    • The 3rd Kids Learning History Conference

  • 2000 – Sacramento, CA

    • New Ideas in K-16 History Education

  • 2001 – The National Museum of American History, Washington, DC

    • Teaching the Presidency in History

  • 2002 – Saratoga Springs, NY

    • Discovering History: Peoples, Places, Documents, and Artifacts

  • 2003 – Los Angeles, CA

    • History & Biography: The Individual and Historical Changes

  • 2004 – St. Louis, MO

    • Exploring in World History: Commemorating the Anniversary of the Lewis and Clark Expedition

  • 2005 – Pittsburgh, PA

    • Conflict and Cooperation in History

  • 2006 – Austin, TX

    • The Americas in World History

  • 2007 – Colonial Williamsburg

    • Expanding Horizons: Individuals and Their Encounters with the New

  • 2008 – Louisville, KY

    • Leadership in History

  • 2009 – Boston, MA

    • Revolutions in History

  • 2010 – San Diego, CA

    • Crossroads of Peoples and Places Over Time

  • 2011 – Charleston, SC

    • The Causes and Consequences of Civil Wars

  • 2012 – Kansas City, MO

    • Reading the Past: Literature and Literacy in History

  • 2013 – Richmond, VA

    • Emancipation & Human Rights in History

  • 2014 – Albuquerque, NM

    • New Frontiers

  • 2015 – St. Augustine, FL

    • Encounters in History

  • 2016 – Niagara Falls, NY

    • Crossing Borders

  • 2017 – Atlanta, GA

    • Histories Seen and Unseen

 


About NCHE

The National Council for History Education promotes historical literacy by creating opportunities for teachers and students to benefit from more history, better taught.