Current Edition of MCHE
MCHE 2021 Elections Begin May 1st
Beginning May 1st, MCHE members may cast a ballot for the 2021 MCHE Board. The MCHE offers
candidates in the 2021 elections for President Elect, Secretary, and seven board members. There are two ways
to cast a ballot. Voters may cast an electronic ballot by accessing it HERE or printing and scanning the ballot and emailing it to
firstname.lastname@example.org no later than May 22nd. Please mark an x on the line in front of the names of
the candidates for whom you wish to vote. Space is also provided for write-in candidates. Only one ballot per
member will be accepted.
2021 US Senate Youth Program Winners Announced
Naina Agramal-Harding - Wayne International High School
Kenneth Gu - Troy High School
Khushi Patel (Wayne Memorial High School)
Savannah Mauk (Grand Ledge High School)
Full Press Release can be found HERE.
Announcing MCHE’s Teaching History in Michigan Series!
MCHE is pleased to announce a series of virtual professional development opportunities beginning in November. SCECH credits are available for each session and you can be part of an online learning community between the sessions. More information for each session will be coming soon!
Saturday, Mar. 20 (10-11 a.m.)– Why is History Important?, in partnership with OER Project (2 SCECH)
Saturday, May 22 – MCHE/OER Project Virtual Conference with topics TBD (6 SCECH)
FOR MORE DETAILS CLICK HERE.
Advocate and advance the study and teaching of History in schools throughout the state; Encourage and support the development and implementation of meaningful and effective History curriculum an instruction; Provide a program of professional activities for History educators and students; Provide for educational and professional interaction among History educators.