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Texas State Historical Association Asks, "Are You Smarter than a Texas 7th Grader?"

Aug 28, 2014 08:59AM ● Published by Brian Ostrovsky

Texas State Historical Association is Running It's Annual Membership Drive

The Texas State Historical Association is running it's annual membership drive and we thought our readers would be interested in learning about how they support education in Texas.

The TSHA started sponsoring the annual Texas Quiz Show in 2006. It's a statewide competition that challenges 4th through 8th graders on their knowledge of Texas history. 

This year they launched the online game “Are You Smarter than a Texas 7th Grader?” Modeled after the Texas Quiz Show, this online quiz captures the attention of Texas aficionados the world over. Since its launch in March 2014, the “Are You Smarter than a Texas 7th Grader?” online quiz has had tremendous engagement and fascinating fun-filled results:
  • More than 215,861 unique visitors have participated in the quiz.
  • The quiz has attracted visitors from 185 different countries.
  • An average of 1,000 visitors continue to take the quiz every day.
The “Are You Smarter than a Texas 7th Grader?” quiz is just one of the many ways that TSHA engages the public and passes on our passion for Texas history. Take the quiz here...

The Texas State Historical Association has been committed to educating the next generation in the important and vibrant lessons that span every topic and era of Texas history. Since its founding over a century ago, the Texas State Historical Association has become recognized as the most trusted organization for researching, documenting, and preserving the values and spirit that are uniquely Texas. TSHA works to ensure that our children—and our children’s children—understand and appreciate the remarkable heritage of Texas. Through a vast array of educational resources, TSHA reaches more than 1,028,000 students each year.

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