Los Angeles Unified School District

Whether students are exploring far-off societies or learning the stories of their own country’s origin, HMH’s rich social studies programs can broaden your students’ horizons through engaging content and activities.

History-Social Science

HMH Social Studies for California American History —High School

High School

By delivering compelling narratives enriched with HISTORY® streaming video and interactive graphics, maps, and games, we’re connecting students to social studies through experiences that are energizing, inspiring, and memorable.

Hmhcurrentevents.com enriches your secondary classroom with subject-specific information from world history, world geography, American history, economics, psychology, sociology, civics, government, and African American history. It also spotlights today’s headlines with activities, web links, and the HMH Election Connection.

Channel One News® encourages students to be informed, digital-savvy citizens.  Connecting news stories to their lives and providing context on difficult topics, the newscast features young relatable journalists plus engaging music and graphics.  Nonfiction content supports social studies content by sparking discussion on current events in Social Studies classrooms.

Explore Now!

  1. Go to hmhco.com/ed
  2. Select a state EVALUATOR
    (found towards the bottom of the drop-down list)
  3. Select a district Social Studies 13-91001000 and “Submit”
  4. For the Teacher’s view enter in
    Username: EvalTeacher7_91001001
    Password: E!15g6rw8c5
  5. For the Teacher’s view enter in
    Username: EvalStudent19_91001001
    Password: E!12pekkq66

HMH Social Studies for California Modern World History —High School

High School

By delivering compelling narratives enriched with HISTORY® streaming video and interactive graphics, maps, and games, we’re connecting students to social studies through experiences that are energizing, inspiring, and memorable.

Hmhcurrentevents.com enriches your secondary classroom with subject-specific information from world history, world geography, American history, economics, psychology, sociology, civics, government, and African American history. It also spotlights today’s headlines with activities, web links, and the HMH Election Connection.

Channel One News® encourages students to be informed, digital-savvy citizens.  Connecting news stories to their lives and providing context on difficult topics, the newscast features young relatable journalists plus engaging music and graphics.  Nonfiction content supports social studies content by sparking discussion on current events in Social Studies classrooms.

Explore Now!

  1. Go to hmhco.com/ed
  2. Select a state EVALUATOR
    (found towards the bottom of the drop-down list)
  3. Select a district Social Studies 13-91001000 and “Submit”
  4. For the Teacher’s view enter in
    Username: EvalTeacher7_91001001
    Password: E!15g6rw8c5
  5. For the Teacher’s view enter in
    Username: EvalStudent19_91001001
    Password: E!12pekkq66

Electives | HMH Social Studies Economics —High School

High School

HMH Social Studies Economics asks students to uncover the connections and inspires them to look beneath the surface—to identify relationships, note influences, and introduce ideas that challenge assumptions.

HMH Social Studies Economics fosters students’ curiosity about economics and cultivates their analytical skills to succeed in college, career, and civic life. By using real-world examples and frequent concept applications, we’re connecting students to economics content through experiences that are energizing, inspiring, and memorable.

Hmhcurrentevents.com enriches your secondary classroom with subject-specific information from world history, world geography, American history, economics, psychology, sociology, civics, government, and African American history. It also spotlights today’s headlines with activities, web links, and the HMH Election Connection.

Channel One News® encourages students to be informed, digital-savvy citizens.  Connecting news stories to their lives and providing context on difficult topics, the newscast features young relatable journalists plus engaging music and graphics.  Nonfiction content supports social studies content by sparking discussion on current events in Social Studies classrooms.

Explore Now!

  1. Go to hmhco.com/ed
  2. Select a state EVALUATOR
    (found towards the bottom of the drop-down list)
  3. Select a district Social Studies 13-91001000 and “Submit”
  4. For the Teacher’s view enter in
    Username: EvalTeacher7_91001001
    Password: E!15g6rw8c5
  5. For the Teacher’s view enter in
    Username: EvalStudent19_91001001
    Password: E!12pekkq66

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