AUGUST 18, 2020
Need ideas for remote and in-person election activities? Here are tips for students from elementary to high school.
AUGUST 14, 2020
iCivics supported the game design prompt, Get The Party Started, to help students examine party politics.
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.
AUGUST 04, 2020
iCivics is committed to providing high-quality and effective civic learning materials that are accessible–and engaging–for English language learners
JULY 31, 2020
iCivics' Director of Social Engagement, Amber Coleman-Mortley, shares reflections on speaking with CSIS on Civics as a National Security Imperative: Addressing Racial Injustice.
JULY 29, 2020
We have created this group for educators who are planning to engage their students in thoughtful, non-partisan learning around the presidential election.
JULY 28, 2020
High school students and iCivics' summer interns, Katie and Ava, share our best election resources from their perspective.
JULY 20, 2020
The competition judges educational games for how they help educators engage their students.
JULY 08, 2020
This new program recognizes best-in-class media resources and tools that facilitate great learning experiences for students and educators.
Students learn to make compromises and balance competing issues while still passing a bill they’re proud of.