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Justices Sotomayor and Gorsuch Share iCivics and Civics with CBS Sunday Morning

Feb 04, 2019

iCivics featured on CBS Sunday Morning

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Justice Sonia Sotomayor Sits Down with Soledad O’Brien to Talk Civic Education

Jan 08, 2019

Supreme Court Justice and iCivics Board Member, Sonia Sotomayor, discusses the importance of civic education and calls for its revival in American schools.

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Scaling a National Moment: iCivics Annual Report Available

Jan 03, 2019

Read key highlights from the iCivics FY18 Annual Report

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Governor Baker Signs Bill S.2631 Into Law

Nov 09, 2018

On November 8th, Governor Charlie Baker signed S2631, An Act to promote and enhance civic engagement.

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iCivics Featured in the Washington Post

Nov 02, 2018

What today’s parents can do to raise the next generation of informed voters.

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Justice Sotomayor and iCivics in Education Week

Nov 02, 2018

Justice Sotomayor's life story fuels her passion for civics.

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iCivics Thanks Justice O'Connor As She Retires From Public Life

Oct 24, 2018

iCivics founder Justice Sandra Day O’Connor announced that she is stepping back from public life because of her diagnosis of dementia.

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iCivics Announced as Civvys Winner at National Conference on Citizenship

Oct 12, 2018

iCivics wins the Civvys award in the National category. 

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Update: iCivics Executive Director Louise Dubé Named 2018 Civvys Finalist

Jul 25, 2018

We are excited to announce that iCivics was named as one of 40 honorees for the 2018 Civvys Awards.

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iCivics Attends ESA Games for Impact Showcase

May 25, 2018

May 8th, iCivics participated in the ESA Games for Impact Showcase held at the Rayburn House Office Building on Capitol Hill. Eight members of Congress and over 300 Congressional staff attended the event and learned about the impact that games can make on learning practices, accessibility to content, and community engagement.

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