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September's Big Civics Teaching Moments: Help Students Understand Their Rights

Sep 03, 2019

iCivics is providing teaching resources each month this year to support your lesson planning to the 2020 presidential election. 

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Prepare to teach the 2020 election with iCivics

Aug 15, 2019

Want to teach your students about political systems as the 2020 presidential election approaches? Discover iCivics in the Clever Library.

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R2LNextGen Students Play Do I Have a Right?

Aug 05, 2019

The iCivics team led a workshop for students to help them brush up on their civic knowledge and skills using the game, Do I Have a Right?

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A Teacher’s 10 Year Journey with iCivics

Jul 31, 2019

iCivics Educator Network member, Joe Harmon (PA) shares how iCivics has impacted his teaching career for our 10th anniversary.

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Playtesting: A New Cast Your Vote is On The Way

Jul 18, 2019

iCivics' Director of Digital Learning shares observations from student playtesting of the redesigned, Cast Your Vote game, which will be released in October. 

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iCivics Game Nights: Democracy at Play

Jun 27, 2019

Across the country this school year, iCivics Game Challenge events encouraged civic engagement for participants of all ages. 

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10 Years: iCivics Then And Now, a Teacher Perspective

Jun 12, 2019

iCivics Educator Network member, Leigh Stovall (AL), shares a reflection about how iCivics has evolved over the past ten years. 

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10 Years: Reimagining Civic Education, Fueling a Movement

May 28, 2019

iCivics is at the forefront of ensuring civic education is a reality for future generations, both inside and outside of the classroom.

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With Liberty and Justice For All

Apr 16, 2019

Equitable civics must empower students to have a voice and elevate their ability to use that voice to create the communities they want to live in.

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¡Vamos a jugar! (Let’s play!)

Mar 28, 2019

Our ELL Project Lead, Kristen Chapron, visited Ana Tellado-Schiff’s Spanish 4 classes at Newton North High School in Massachusetts.

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