NCSS Conference, 13 Colonies, Our Government

Stop by the Civics Renewal Network Village in the exhibit hall at the NCSS Conference on Nov. 22-23 in Austin, Texas. Teachers will find hundreds of classroom resources and civics programs at our partners’ booths, and we’ll have great giveaways. Also, explore resources on the thirteen colonies and our heritage of democracy. Read More ⟶

Civics Advocacy Resources: Opinion, Editorials

The Civics Renewal Network’s mission is to bring attention to the importance of civics education in our nation. You will also find inspirational quotes from leading figures about why teaching our youngest citizens about their government is crucial. Read More ⟶

Civics Advocacy Resources: How-To Toolkit

As part of the Civics Renewal Network’s Civics Advocacy Resources, we provide a how-to toolkit from the Constitutional Rights Foundation, a CRN partner, for those interested in becoming an advocate for civics education in their schools and communities. Read More ⟶

Women’s Suffrage Posters & Displays

The ratification of the 19th Amendment was a landmark moment in American history that dramatically changed the electorate. It enshrined in the United States Constitution fuller citizenship for women and a more expansive democracy for the nation. Read More ⟶

Virtual Supreme Court Competition for High School Students

ConSource and the Harlan Institute announce their Seventh Annual Virtual Supreme Court Competition for high school students. Teams of two students have the opportunity to research cutting-edge constitutional law, write persuasive appellate briefs, argue against other students through video chats, and try to persuade a panel of esteemed attorneys during oral argument that their side is correct. Read More ⟶

Teaching About Impeachment, Free Speech, the Constitution

We’ve pulled together collections of the best of the resources available to make it easy for teachers to find useful classroom materials for all grades. Explore 60-Second Civics Podcasts on impeachment, free speech debates and primary sources. News in the Network includes videos, a webinar, and a look at CRN at NCSS. Read More ⟶