iCivics and NACo Encourage Teachers to Teach Local
APRIL 07, 2017
April is National County Government month and iCivics and the National Association of Counties (NACo) have partnered to bring local government to the classroom with the re-launch of "Counties Work"- a game that teaches about local government through playing as a county official responsible for juggling citizen requests.
Announcing: The National O'Connor Scholars
MARCH 13, 2017
iCivics and the Aspen Institute are cosponsoring the National O'Connor Scholars Program. 11th or 12th grade students interested in the work of the Supreme Court, the life of Justice O’Connor, and/or constitutional law and history; and a record of civic participation and leadership in school, community, and/or faith- based organizations are encouraged to apply.
Breaking It Down: Civic Ed Research
MARCH 03, 2017
Research: the word heard ‘round the world by college freshmen. When I began my first year at the University of Florida (UF), it seemed that everyone who was anyone was doing research. In fact, my first course syllabi were filled with research proposals, papers, and panels with experienced undergraduate researchers.
iCivics and Newsela Partner For Media Literacy
MARCH 02, 2017
The Presidency, the Press and Protests: A Partner Webinar
Social Media, Social justice and Civics
FEBRUARY 17, 2017
How civics must stay relevant in a changing democracy
Press Release: Sandra Day O’Connor’s iCivics Provides Free Resources to Help Students Analyze the President’s First 100 Days
JANUARY 23, 2017
— Updated game, new lesson plans, infographic help students understand and analyze the presidential transition of power —
Announcing: The "We Love the Constitution" Initiative
JANUARY 19, 2017
Engaging Networks Through Social Media Content
NOVEMBER 30, 2016
A conversation with iCivics Digital Media Manager about the importance of social media in the education space.
What Does "Informed Citizen" Mean Right Now
NOVEMBER 22, 2016
iCivics Featured in Wall Street Journal
NOVEMBER 14, 2016
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