Editorial argues that civics education should be broader than involving students in campaigning for official state food and drink items and should engage more students.
Pasco gets a head start on classes required by new law. The school district plans to implement a seventh-grade civics class in August, putting Pasco ahead of schedule as state-mandated civics requirements are...
Older students teach younger students about how to take civic action to help protect dolphins.
Arcadia High School won a national championship Monday that tested students' knowledge of the Bill of Rights and U.S. Constitution.
Former Justice O'Connor often points out that only 1 in 7 Americans knows that John Roberts is the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, yet two-thirds of Americans can name a judge on “American Idol”. Mary Kate Cary,...
An article at Serious Games Market takes an in-depth (and favorable!) look at the gameplay in Guardian of Law.
John Hanke thought the old Our Courts site was "so cool, [he needed] to tell the world about it," and he did - in an article at Westlaw Insider. Wait till he sees iCivics!
Eliane Alhadeff took a recent look at Do I Have a Right, Argument Wars and Supreme Decision in an article at Serious Games Market.
Sandra Day O'Connor spoke with NEA Today about why "another boring textbook" is not the answer to America's problems with civics education. Give the interview a read at the NEA website.
Washington DC – February 2, 2010
Our Courts’ third interactive civics game, Argument Wars, is now available...