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New Computer Games Promote Civics Education

JUNE 08, 2010

The online role-playing games on iCivics are free, teacher-friendly, and effective–and kids like them so much in school that they play them at home, too, O’Connor said.

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Justice O'Connor Says Videogames ‘Fabulous’ Teaching Tools

MAY 28, 2010

In an interview on Good Morning America Wednesday, O’Connor extolled the virtues of videogames as a teaching tool for young kids.

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Sandra O'Connor's Games

MAY 27, 2010

The Wonkster talks about iCivics games and Gotham's own local government games.

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Serious Games Deliberated at Twin Conferences This Week

MAY 27, 2010

USA Today discusses Justice O'Connor, iCivics, and the Games for Change conference.

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Sandra Day O'Connor on Civics Education

MAY 27, 2010

ABC's Good Morning America interviews Justice O'Connor during her visit to Democracy Prep in Harlem.

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O'Connor, in NY, gives schools poor civics marks

MAY 27, 2010

Justice O'Connor's discusses iCivics at the Games for Change conference.

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2010 We The People Coordinator Conference

MAY 22, 2010

iCivics will be presenting at the 2010 We The People Coordinator Conference in Washington DC.  The event will take place at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel from June 26 - 29, 2010.

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The 7th Annual Games for Change Festival

MAY 22, 2010

The 7th annual Games for Change Festival will take place in New York City this May.

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Law school awards Marshall-Wythe Medallion to Justice O'Connor

MAY 20, 2010

William & Mary Law School awards Justice O'Connor for her "exceptional leadership and accomplishment," including her efforts in the area of civic education.

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Students who walked out of Providence's Hope High to be punished

MAY 19, 2010

Students who staged a school walkout in protest of schedule changes say they will face their punishment, but they argue that the detention given is too severe.

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