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

    Learn.civiced.orgLearn.civiced.org Offers Free ResourcesA new platform is 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. Give it a try today!

  • New 2018 Midterm Elections Lesson Available

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  • Alumna Asks Wedding Guests to Donate to We the People

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  • The Center receives grant from the Department of Education

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