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Announcement: iCivics Holiday Card Winner(s)

DECEMBER 05, 2016

We are thrilled to announce the three winners of our first Holiday Card Design Contest! **DRUM ROLL PLEASE** Our first winning design was created by Isa Soriano, who is in 8th grade at Ss. Simon and Jude Cathedral School in Phoenix, AZ:

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Engaging Networks Through Social Media Content

NOVEMBER 30, 2016

A conversation with iCivics Digital Media Manager about the importance of social media in the education space.

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iCivics Featured in Wall Street Journal

NOVEMBER 14, 2016

PHOTO: KEVIN WOLF/ASSOCIATED PRESS  (PHOTO: KEVIN WOLF/ASSOCIATED PRESS)  

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How iCivics got to be Successful… (the 4Ps of Success)

NOVEMBER 07, 2016

Sometimes, I run into people who have not heard about iCivics. I tell them that about half of middle school social studies teachers in the U.S. use us.  They are generally impressed with our reach.  Frankly, when I took over as Executive Director 2 years ago, I was impressed myself.  

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Teaching the Election Blog Post No. 3: The Ugly

NOVEMBER 01, 2016

Teaching the Election: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly A Fall Blog Series Featuring BrainPOP and iCivics: 

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Civic Education on Talk Radio This Week

OCTOBER 27, 2016

As the election draws near, there has been an expressed interest in how we might improve civic knowledge, civic participation, and civic education in the United States.  Here are two great radio interviews with the leadership from Teaching for Democracy Alliance members, iCivics and CIRCLE. 

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Why Civics Needs a Spotlight Right Now

OCTOBER 19, 2016

Louise Dubé, Executive Director iCivics Susan Griffin, former Executive Director NCSS

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