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AAPI Heritage Month: Lesson Plans and Resources for the Classroom

May 12, 2022

The month of May honors the generations of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) who have enriched the history of the United States and continue to ensure its success.

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iCivics Educator Network Grows to More Than 350 Civics and History Teachers

May 05, 2022

iCivics, the country’s largest provider of civic education curriculum today announced that it has added 134 new members to its Educator Network.

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The Need for Multiple Perspectives in Civics

Apr 14, 2022

In mid-November, when I was in first grade, my mother visited my classroom to share knowledge on Indigenous people, and specifically, our Narragansett tribe.

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¡Vamos a jugar! Let’s play!

Mar 31, 2022

iCivics celebrates National Bilingual/Multilingual Learner Advocacy month

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A Touch of SCOTUS: 9 New Cases Added to Landmark Library

Mar 28, 2022

I’ve always loved teaching cases from the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) in my U.S. History or Government classes.

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News Story

An extraordinary investment in civic education at a pivotal moment

Mar 21, 2022

At a moment when the need for better civic education has never been more clear, philanthropists MacKenzie Scott and Dan Jewett stepped up and gave iCivics the largest single donation the organization has ever received.

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Help Our Fellows Learn About the State of Civic Education

Mar 17, 2022

How do you define “civics” or “civic education”?

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Product Announcement

New Curriculum Unit: The Legal Reference Library

Mar 09, 2022

Sometimes the textbook definition isn’t enough.

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Teaching About the Russia-Ukraine Crisis: Using Convene the Council to Bring Foreign Policy to Life

Feb 28, 2022

How do you teach students about what is happening in Ukraine?

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News Story

iCivics and the Council on Foreign Relations Release New Game to Teach Students Fundamentals of Foreign Policy

Feb 27, 2022

Convene the Council places students in the White House Situation Room and teaches the delicate balance between foreign and domestic needs, making foreign policy fun and accessible for all students.

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