Civic Education


iCivics is an incredibly rich and well designed site conceived by Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, who has been (rightly) concerned that civics is not well-taught in our schools...


iCivics lessons are practical and engaging. Individual activities are easy to manage, self-contained, and there is always something the teacher can collect from students at the end of the period.


iCivics is a web-centered project designed to help students learn civics and  to be active participants in democracy.


Rebecca Guterman, a 2010 graduate of Montgomery Blair High School and summer intern at FairVote, argues that Maryland counties and schools should push civics education to the next step with pre-registration of 16-...


iCivics is a fabulous website that teachers students about US Government. 


We suggest you explore iCivics, a beautiful new series of Flash games designed to raise civic knowledge and participation.


What began as the Our Courts Project for middle-school students has now evolved into the more comprehensive iCivics, a resource for educators and parents that...


Looking for another super awesome learning game for your classroom?  Filament Games does it again with Branches of Power


Filament Games in Madison makes games, the kind that pull players in and vanish an hour of time in the blink of an eye. The twist with Filament, however, is that their games are educational, including a series of...


These are all very difficult and complex issues, but the iCivics games do a remarkable job of making the concepts manageable and easy to understand.