Social Education, the Teaching Journal for the National Council of the Social Studies
VOLUME 74, NUMBER 1, JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2010
EDITED BY KATHLEEN WOODS MASALSKI AND TEDD LEVY
Reviewed by Jeffrey R. Johnson
Change in China is not new. The myth of a static “Orient” was never true. However, ongoing developments in contemporary China promise to affect the lives of our students more directly and more profoundly than ever before. The National Council for the Social Studies’ flagship journal, Social Education, takes stock of the situation and offers teachers advice, information, and resources in its thematic January/February 2010 edition, “China Today: Teaching about a Changing Cultural Landscape,” edited by Kathleen Woods Masalski and Tedd Levy.