iCivics Blog and News

For any media inquiries, please contact: icivicspress@icivics.org

Blog Post

Supremely Fun

OCTOBER 22, 2010

On Friday, September 17, Americans celebrate the signing of the law of the land on that day in 1787. But you knew that, right? If not, Sandra Day O’Connor, a former Supreme Court justice, has the Web site for you. 

READ MORE >>
Blog Post

Sandra Day O'Connor on Life After the Court

OCTOBER 14, 2010

Sandra Day O'Connor on Life After the Court

READ MORE >>
Blog Post

RI Attorneys Volunteer for Schools, Kids

SEPTEMBER 24, 2010

Our Chief Justice Paul Suttell, along with other Chief Justices throughout the nation, has recently committed to promote Justice Sandra Day O’Connor’s innovative iCivics program.  This free, online civics education resource includes games, lesson plans and interactive activities.

READ MORE >>
Blog Post

iCivics by SpeechTechie

SEPTEMBER 15, 2010

iCivics by SpeechTechie

READ MORE >>
Blog Post

iCivics: Interactive Civics Education, 6 - 12

SEPTEMBER 13, 2010

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.

READ MORE >>
Blog Post

Catch of the Day - iCivics

AUGUST 18, 2010

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

READ MORE >>
Blog Post

Start the Voting Habit Early

AUGUST 11, 2010

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-year-olds.

READ MORE >>
Blog Post

Technology Rocks. Seriously.

AUGUST 09, 2010

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

READ MORE >>
Blog Post

Games + Government = Engaged Citizens

AUGUST 05, 2010

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

READ MORE >>
Blog Post

iCivics: How Games Can Teach Students to be Better Citizens

JULY 28, 2010

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 teaches about the Constitution, Bill of Rights and the three branches of government through free online game play.

READ MORE >>