SEPTEMBER 19, 2020
iCivics' Senior Director of Strategic Partnerships, Julie Silverbrook, discusses how the Constitution did not explicitly provide the right to vote.
SEPTEMBER 09, 2020
Serve as an ambassador for iCivics and join fellow educators who are championing high-quality equitable civic education, empowering students to engage as citizens in our democracy.
Explore iCivics' newest non-partisan election activities for students that can be used at home — the Students Power Elections Guide and Win the White House Family Guide.
SEPTEMBER 02, 2020
This free professional development resource is designed to support educators grappling with the transition to remote teaching and learning.
SEPTEMBER 01, 2020
iCivics' Chief Education Officer, Emma Humphries, shares advice for getting from surviving the day to driving meaningful student engagement to building a thriving online classroom community.
AUGUST 31, 2020
Use the free guide to help students compare and contrast presidential candidates.
AUGUST 24, 2020
Try these iCivics lessons on Nearpod that are perfect for transitioning quickly between in-person and remote learning.
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.