iCivics Blog and News

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Product Announcement

Race to Ratify Named a Common Sense Education 2020 Selection for Learning

JULY 08, 2020

This new program recognizes best-in-class media resources and tools that facilitate great learning experiences for students and educators.

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Product Announcement

Turn students into lawmakers with the new and improved LawCraft!

JULY 08, 2020

Students learn to make compromises and balance competing issues while still passing a bill they’re proud of.

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News Story

iCivics Launches Impact Points Challenge

JUNE 11, 2020

Kids can play iCivics games to learn how to solve civic problems and contribute their points earned to help make donations to charities.

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Product Announcement

New look, new format, same powerful game of persuasion!

JUNE 11, 2020

iCivics' upgraded Argument Wars game is perfect for summer learning fun.

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Blog Post

Our Commitment to Teaching about Racism in Civic Education

JUNE 03, 2020

As we teach students about the institutions that make our constitutional democracy run, iCivics is committed to unveiling the larger context around institutional racism.

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Product Announcement

New Tools for Teaching the 2020 Election

MAY 12, 2020

This is a critical time for students to explore meaningful election learning tools and understand how to remain engaged — even if they must do so from home.

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Blog Post

Civics Deserves a Google Search Too

MAY 07, 2020

iCivics' Senior Curriculum Developer, Taylor Davis, reflects on why we should be using this time to talk civics at home.

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Blog Post

Using iCivics in My Homeschool

MAY 07, 2020

Tisha Bennett Sanders describes how she uses iCivics games at home with her son. 

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News Story

iCivics and Annenberg Public Policy Center Release Updated Online Civics Games

MAY 06, 2020

Great for at-home and remote learning: The updated and redesigned Branches of Power helps students understand the balance of power among the president, Congress, and the courts, while Court Quest teaches players how the nation’s court system works.

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Blog Post

Answers to Your Remote Learning Questions

MAY 04, 2020

A few tips from our Support Team to help make the switch to using iCivics remotely a little easier.

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