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Learn more learning Activities for educators and families. iCivics exists to engage students in meaningful civic learning. We provide teachers well-written, inventive, and free resources that enhance their practice and inspire their classrooms. For me, civic education is the key to inspiring kids to want to stay involved in making a difference.Is civic education relevant to all youth in the United States?
Now in its third year, national youth fellowship has engaged a students from across the country to build civic leadership skills and explore how civic education can become more relevant to all youth in the United States. Happy Election Day! Today, important local elections will be held around the country.Why join the iCivics Educator Network?
Today, iCivics was named one of the Top 5 winners of the Unity and GSV Ventures EdTech Creator Challenge, and one of the Challenge’s overall top 30 projects. Join Me in the iCivics Educator Network - Apply for the 2022 Cohort! iCivics Education Network teacher Michael Martirone describes why he joined the EdNet and how it has impacted his life.What does iCivics do for the Department of Defense?
The Department of Defense and the National Defense Education Program have awarded $2 million to iCivics to build content and curriculum to teach civics to K–12 Department of Defense Education Activity and Junior ROTC students.