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iCivics, Filament and GlassLab Equal Awesome!

Apr 23 2014 - 2:14pm

We are excited to announce our partnership with GlassLab!


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Wall Street Journal Op-Ed "Founding Principles in the Digital Age"

Apr 22 2014 - 1:09pm

Today the Wall Street Journal released an op-ed from Justice Sandra Day O'Connor and Executive Director Jeff Curley highlighting the tension between "old and new".  "Learning can happen anytime, anywhere..." (Justice O'Connor, WSJ 4/22/14) and technology provides avenues to solidify each student's understanding of foundational documents.  

College Board Makes Changes to SAT Test

Mar 5 2014 - 9:14pm

IMPORTANT NEWS

Subject: College Board changing the SAT Exam

On March 5th, the College Board announced that it will be redesigning the SAT® exam in 2016. Among the changes, the exam will now include civics-based reading and writing passages.

Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, our founder and Board Chair, spoke with the College Board about this exciting announcement.

Our Annual Report

Feb 19 2014 - 11:43am

2013 was a banner year for iCivics. As we close out our fiscal year, this Annual Report provides an opportunity to reflect on where we have been, where we are today, and the work ahead.  

Introducing our new site

Nov 19 2013 - 10:52pm

When we launched iCivics.org in May 2010, no one imagined that three years later we would be serving 40,000 teachers and six million students. But here we are, and thanks to you, iCivics is now the most widely adopted civics curriculum in the country! 

Civic Literacy and Changing the Meaning of Pi

Aug 26 2013 - 1:55pm

Civic Literacy and Changing the Meaning of Pi

In late 19th century Indiana, the legislature tried to pass a bill that would change the meaning of Pi to 3.2.

For the sake of our social science audience I won’t get into the math, but basically, a gentleman who “proved” the theory, and copyrighted it, generously offered to allow Indiana to use his method for free if they adopted his mathematical gift as law.