OCTOBER 26, 2020
Teaching young people about political institutions — and their roles in them — is critical for repairing our country.
OCTOBER 14, 2020
The challenge aims to foster the creativity of students and classrooms around the U.S. by encouraging submissions on how they would change the world.
AUGUST 12, 2020
The free, nonpartisan online games are designed to help educators, parents, and families teach students how the branches of government interact, how the judicial system works, and how laws are made.
JUNE 11, 2020
Kids can play iCivics games to learn how to solve civic problems and contribute their points earned to help make donations to charities.
MAY 06, 2020
Great for at-home and remote learning: The updated and redesigned Branches of Power helps students understand the balance of power among the president, Congress, and the courts, while Court Quest teaches players how the nation’s court system works.
FEBRUARY 26, 2020
#CivicsForUs, a social media effort led by the iCivics Youth As Civic Experts Network, will ask students across the country how civic education can be more relatable and equitable for all.
FEBRUARY 10, 2020
iCivics will lead two panel sessions on civic education at this year's SXSW EDU Conference & Festival in March.
JANUARY 02, 2020
Chief Justice Roberts focused on the urgent need for civic education, while highlighting the work of iCivics in his message.
DECEMBER 12, 2019
iCivics celebrates 10 years of acheivements, while reaffirming a strong commitment to ensure high-quality, non-partisan, and relevant civic education for all students.
NOVEMBER 05, 2019
iCivics will lead a coalition of experts in assessing the state of, and best practices in, the teaching of American history, civics, and government in K-12 education.