• Join the Learn.civiced.org Civics Forum and Win a Swag Bag!

    swagbagshowcaseJoin the Learn.civiced.org Civics Forum and Win a Swag Bag! Congratulations Becky Millstone on being the first winner of the Civics Forum swag bag! To join the discussion and for your chance to win on our next drawing in November 30th, visit Learn.civiced.org.

  • Learn.civiced.org Offers Free Resources for Educators and Lifelong Learners

    Learn.civiced.orgLearn.civiced.org Offers Free ResourcesA new platform is now available for learning about American constitutional government at learn.civiced.org! Check out the We the People Open Course, a self-paced exploration of the concepts behind We the People. Participate in our Civics Forum to discuss pedagogy and content with likeminded educators. Visit our Resources section, which highlights content helpful to teachers of civics and government. Learn.civiced.org was made possible by the U.S. Department of Education. Give it a try today!

  • New 2018 Midterm Elections Lesson Available

    2018 Midterm Elections Lesson PlanNew 2018 Midterm Elections Lesson AvailableA new Citizens, Not Spectators lesson for grades 9-12 is available for the 2018 midterm elections. Students discover why midterm elections are important and suggest ways in which voter turnout can be improved.

  • The Center receives grant from the Department of Education

    PRshowcaseThe Center receives grant from the Department of EducationThe Center for Civic Education has received a grant of $2.8 million from the U.S. Department of Education for a five-year series of Presidential Academies for teachers and Congressional Academies for students. Participants will be immersed in the study of constitutional history and principles following the intellectual framework of the We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution curriculum.BTN_LearnMore


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    Our network of state and district coordinators supports We the People by conducting local teacher professional development, holding conferences, and organizing local and state hearings.

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    High school students: get the most out of your study of We the People by visiting the We the People companion site.

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