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    A More Perfect Union: When Civics Games Connect with ELA Writing Activities

    In Share My Lesson’s 2020 Virtual Conference, iCivics shared ideas for connecting civics-based online games to ELA writing exercises. You will need to register through Share My Lesson to view the …
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    Power to the Students: A Non-Partisan Guide for Empowering Youth to Engage in Elections

    Learn about iCivics’ newest resource, Students Power Elections Guide on this free Share My Lesson webinar.
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    Bending Toward Justice? Teaching Voting Rights and Representation with iCivics + We the People

    iCivics and the Center for Civic Education will share ways to engage students in learning about voting rights and representation.
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    Leaning In: Teaching Elections and Controversial Issues

    Teachers, students, and families are welcome to join iCivics and Vote by Design to learn how to discuss and teach about the 2020 election and controversial topics in a non-partisan way.
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    Tips for Remote Teaching in a Time of Controversy

    Learn about iCivics’ new teaching controversial topics resources on this free Share My Lesson webinar.
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    State of the Union: Civics | Constitution Day Event

    President and CEO Jeffrey Rosen will be joined by leaders from government, education, and cultural institutions, including Dr. William R. Hite, superintendent of the School District of Philadelphia,…
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    Why Civics? Why Now? Re-Imagining Civic Education for the Next Generation

    A healthy constitutional democracy requires a citizenry that has the knowledge, skills, and desire to participate in it. To motivate the next generation of students to gain civic knowledge, practice…

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