3/10/2023: How We Lost Our Civics Education—and How We Can Get It Back (National Review)
In the News
3/9/2023: Some good news for civics education (Isthmus)
3/9/2023: Kansas among states lagging in civics instruction (The Lion)
3/8/2023: Westport First Selectwoman Celebrates Civic Learning Week At Staples (Westport Patch)
3/6/2023: Rhode Island Department of State opens nominations for the ‘Civic Teacher of the Year’ Award (What’s Up Newp)
3/3/2023: Momentum for Nonpartisan Civic Education (The Fulcrum)
3/10/2023: Students v. Supreme Court: Civics Cup tests knowledge of history, justices (The Harvard Press)
3/9/2023: The importance of civics in schools (KMOX)
3/8/2023: Democracy dies without trust and truth: Shore up civics in schools (The Seattle Times)
3/8/2023: Mashpee Students Engage In First Civics Career Day Postpandemic (The Enterprise)
3/6/2023: Educators and students kick off first-ever National Civic Learning Week (NPR’s Here and Now)
3/3/2023: Civic education is having a moment. This is what that means. (Governing)
3/10/2023: Civic Scholars being honored by commission (The Ironton Tribune)
3/9/2023: Secretary of State Gregg Amore visits Middletown High School (What’s Up Newp)
3/8/2023: Lowell High School student, teacher advocate at the State House for civic education funding (The Lowell Sun)
3/7/2023: It’s Civic Learning Week. What are you doing to be a better citizen? (Lexington Herald Leader)
3/6/2023: Saturday’s Civics Day part of Southbury’s 350th anniversary (Republican American)
2/28/2023: Civic Learning Week Debuts at National Archives (National Archives News)
Gain and provide insight and inspiration, sharing the latest effective teaching practices and innovations, and joining in shared civic learning opportunities throughout the week.
Engage in shared civic learning opportunities throughout the week with other students across the nation.
Participate in a series of events to highlight the key role different groups (e.g., business leaders, members of the military) play in ensuring high-quality civic education is accessible for each and every student across the nation.
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