How can sensitive issues such as immigration, racial discrimination, politics and government, and police behavior be debated in a civil manner? Our civics education resources provide a foundational knowledge for students to use in engaging in discussions about controversial topics.
Explore Resources for Presidents Day, Immigration, Black History Month
This month, the Civics Renewal Network provides timely classroom resources for teaching about Presidents Day, immigration and Black History Month.
Explore Resources on Dr. King’s Legacy and Inaugurations
The nation celebrates the birthday of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday, January 16. We provide a range of resources to help you teach your students about Dr. King’s wide-reaching impact not only on our country but also the world.
Discover Resources on Judicial Branch, Women’s History Month, Free Webinars
This month, we’re featuring classroom activities on the judicial branch as the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee opens confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch on March 20.
Civics Renewal Network Expands to 31 Members
The Civics Renewal Network is pleased to announce three new members: ABOTA Foundation, Historical Society of Pennsylvania, and Monticello.
Apply for Supreme Court Summer Institute for Teachers
The registration deadline is March 17 for Street Law’s Supreme Court Summer Institute for Teachers.
Share Your Love of the Constitution
The National Constitution Center and iCivics have launched WeLoveTheConstitution.com, a new digital site where Americans can share their thoughts about the U.S. Constitution and what they value most about the document.
Share My Lesson’s Virtual Conference
Details on the fifth annual Ideas & Innovations conference.
Explore Classroom Resources on Civil Disobedience, Slavery and Campaigns
Thousands of American Indians and their supporters have spent several months in North Dakota protesting an oil pipeline that they say threatens ancestral lands and their water supply. The Bill of Rights Institute provides a timely resource to discuss civil obedience.
29 Sure-Fire Ways for Teaching Civics
Check out the Civics Renewal Network’s presentation at the 2016 NCSS Conference in Washington, D.C. It’s jam-packed with a range of resources for your classroom.