As the second Black woman to be a member of the White House Press Corps, Ethel Payne brought civil rights issues to a national audience. Learn more about her and others in our Untold Stories video series.
As part of our commitment to continue adapting and innovating our resources, we have decided to remove our argumentative writing tool, Drafting Board. We plan to reformat and develop its core learning content into new writing resources! Drafting Board will no longer be accessible after August 8, 2021.
Our downloadable infographics provide visually appealing, graphically concise, and substantive overviews of key civic concepts, and now they're all in one place! Visit our Infographics Library on the Teach Hub.
Prepare your students for Election Day on Tuesday, November 2, with the voting resources in our Politics and Public Policy Unit.
Our new iconography makes searching for resources on our website even easier! Check out what these new icons are and what they mean.
Our Scope & Sequence document is a time-saver for all teachers, whether you prefer a well-structured sequence of resources or finding bits and pieces to use in your own way.
Our Extension Packs can be used with our games to dig deeper into the concepts presented, allowing you to teach around the game and make the content more accessible to all learners.
Searching for Resources on iCivics Just Got Easier!
We've made some exciting upgrades to the iCivics experience for teachers. Learn about our new search tool improvements to your My iCivics Account.