Former Supreme Court justice Sandra Day O'Connor is the latest to call attention to the sad state of civics education in our nation's classrooms.
USA Today discusses Justice O'Connor, iCivics, and the Games for Change conference.
ABC's Good Morning America interviews Justice O'Connor during her visit to Democracy Prep in Harlem.
Justice O'Connor's discusses iCivics at the Games for Change conference.
Today’s digital world allows younger generations to engage and interact with history like never before, such as through virtual games.
iCivics will be presenting at the 2010 We The People Coordinator Conference in Washington DC. The event will take place at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel from June 26 - 29, 2010.
The Tallahassee Democrat discusses how the Sandra Day O'Connor Civics Education Act will improve education in Florida schools.
Former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor delivers baseballs to the umpires, then visits with the Cubs broadcasters to talk about the iCivics project.
Tavaana, a project of the Center for Liberty in the Middle East (CLIME), offers Iranian democrats online courses and interactive learning tools on civic leadership, democratic institutions, cyber-security and more....
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.