I read an interesting article in the New York Times recently. The author Dr. Daniel Bessner, a historian, wrote about history becoming controversial and the rapid decline of the history profession (researchers, professors, and teachers). Dr. Bessner goes so far as to say, “It’s the end of history. And the consequence will be great.”1 What!?
Our world is a fascinating place. There are many different geographical features, cultures, languages, and people groups. Not only is our world literally shaped by things like volcanoes and earthquakes, but it is figuratively shaped by the people who have lived and who are living now. Elementary and middle school students can learn All