Native Americans, Thanksgiving, NCSS Conference

The Civics Renewal Network will have a booth at the NCSS Virtual Conference on Dec. 4-6. You will find information and resources about each of our 36 organizations when you explore the booth! Also be sure to check out resources from Core Knowledge Foundation and Share My Lesson. Read More ⟶

How to Teach Controversial Topics and Civil Debate

Resources that address how issues such as immigration, racism, politics and immigration be discussed in a civil manner, What So Proudly We Hail offers an ebook “The Meaning of Flag Day” explores the history and significance of the American flag with selections from authors and statesmen and The James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation offers a series of videos on the American Revolution. Read More ⟶

Distance Teaching Resources

The Civics Renewal Network continues to update its collection of remote learning resources curated from its more than 30 nonprofit, nonpartisan organizations. All resources are free and online to help teachers during these tumultuous times. Read More ⟶

Distance Learning Resources, and a Shout-Out to Teachers

Thank you, educators, for your commitment to your students and innovation in distance teaching during this difficult time. We have seen so many instances of teachers going the extra mile for their students. You’re amazing! We’re here to help keep your students engaged in learning with this curated collection of resources for grades K-12 from the more than 30 partners in the Civics Renewal Network. Read More ⟶

Resources for Black History Month, Presidents Day

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 ⟶