A Civics National Call to ActionThe National Assessment of Educational Progress results confirm an alarming and continuing trend that civics in America is in decline, writes Charles N. Quigley, Center for Civic Education Executive Director. "These developments indicate that civic education is facing a real 'civics recession' calling upon all of us to develop a national call to action."
Democracy MosaicWhere can you find fourth-graders from Pennsylvania and Wisconsin demonstrating their creativity and critical thinking alongside ninth-graders from New Mexico and first-graders from Rhode Island, to name just a few? Visit democracymosaic.net to explore students’ artwork depicting the connections between bullying and key concepts of civil democracy, such as authority, privacy, responsibility, and justice.
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