Join Us at the NCSS Annual Conference

The Civics Renewal Network will be at Booths 707-709. Stop by and say hello, check out new resources, and enter a drawing to win an Apple Watch and Amazon gift cards! Fourteen of our 33 partner organizations will be exhibiting and presenting sessions as well. See you in Chicago!

History of the Fourteenth Amendment

Students will learn about the meaning and history of the Fourteenth Amendment through this timeline and collection of primary sources from Street Law.

For a complete list of resources, go here.

Curriculum for Teaching About Refugees

Annenberg Learner has curated a list of resources for students and teachers about the global refugee crisis and the related topic of immigration. Engage students with activities, lesson plans, and other professional development resources about these topics.

For a complete list of resources on immigration, go here.

News in the Network

  • Ashbrook Center’s TeachingAmericanHistory.org: A Core Documents Collection on Reconstruction has been released. Learn more.
  • Center for Civic Education: A new website, learn.civiced.org, for teachers and lifelong learners has been launched. Learn more.
  • Street Law: Applications are available for the 2019 Supreme Court Summer Institute. Learn more.