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Games

How Can We Make Civic Education Fun?

OCTOBER 05, 2016

A Conversation Between Carrie Ray-Hill, Director of Content at iCivics and Gloria Li, UF | Bob Graham Center Intern  

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Civic Education

Teaching the Election Blog Post No. 2: The Bad

OCTOBER 04, 2016

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

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Events

Justice Sotomayor Honored at the 29th Annual Hispanic Heritage Awards

SEPTEMBER 30, 2016

iCivics Board Member, Associate Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, was honored with the Leadership Award at the 29th Annual Hispanic Heritage Awards.  The Hispanic Heritage Awards is a celebration to honor those celebrities, community activists, innovators, business leaders, and others who contribute to the enrichment of American culture while celebrating the richness of their Hispanic heritage.   

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Events

Fast Forward Women Leadership Forum

SEPTEMBER 22, 2016

Saturday, September 17th, 2016, 500 people attended the  FastForward Women's Leadership Forum, co-hosted by iCivics and Seneca Women at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. It was an evening of amazing conversations about women, power, and purpose, featuring remarks from fashion icon and philanthropist, Diane von Furstenberg, as well as Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Executive Director of U.N. Women.

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Civic Education

Teaching the Election Blog Post No. 1: The Good

SEPTEMBER 01, 2016

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

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Events

iCivics Welcomes New Board Members

JUNE 10, 2016

This month, iCivics is thrilled to announce two notable additions to our Governing Board: Mr. Jay O’Connor and Mr. Tom Lue, Esq. Both are invested in our mission to provide free and high-quality civic education resources to teachers and students. And both bring with them significant expertise from the technology and legal fields, sure to enrich our organization.

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Civic Education

2016 – Our election, Race and Educational Reform or Why We Need Institutions

JUNE 07, 2016

If you want to talk about education reform, you will find a lot of statistics about poor performance and theories on how to tackle it.  So far, easy.  There is still much controversy about how to fix the problems but most agree that the biggest problem is addressing educational achievement for poor students.

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