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JSADIHAR15 Recap: Gaming, Competing, Learning

JULY 23, 2015

The Junior State of America (JSA), iCivics, the education nonprofit founded by Sandra Day O’Connor to create engaging video games and digital curricula to teach kids civics, and the Entertainment Software Association (ESA) Foundation hosted first-of-its-kind, civic education video game contest on July 13, 2015 at Georgetown University.

GLS11 Recap

JULY 17, 2015

MACEI Award Grantee Convening Recap

iCivics Ohio: Civic Education Digital Resource Launches in Ohio

MAY 14, 2015

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Justice Sandra Day O'Connor Responds to NAEP Findings

APRIL 29, 2015

The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) released the 2014 eighth grade U.S. history, geography and civics tests information today.  The report uncovered very minimal improvement in scores assessed four years ago in 2010.  In light of these developments, Justice O'Connor responded: 

Game On: New Frontiers in Digital Learning

APRIL 29, 2015

The Importance of Digital Games in the Edspace

Announcement: Sandra Day O'Connor Legacy Fund

APRIL 17, 2015

We are excited to announce the establishment of the Sandra Day O'Connor Legacy Fund.   The fund was established to continue the work of our founder, Sandra Day O'Connor and her work in civic education.

Justice Sandra Day O'Connor Honored For Her Work in Civic Education

APRIL 16, 2015

iCivics founder, Justice Sandra Day O’Connor was honored for her advocacy work for civic education, as well as her impact on female judges and justice for women and girls worldwide at the inaugural Seneca Women Global Leadership Forum on Wednesday, April 15, 2015.  The event was held at the National Museum of Women in the Arts with 300 distinguished guests in attendance.  The event included a panel discussion about women judges and the rule of law.

Tribute Event with Seneca Women April 15th

APRIL 14, 2015

SDO Tribute Seneca Women

Close Up Tweet Up Recap: A Democratized Civic Learning Experience

MARCH 04, 2015

Close Up DC Students in circleHow do you get students involved with civic topics and concepts in a deep and engaging way beyond classroom rhetoric?  One method is mock congress and debate.