Presidents Day is a holiday celebrated on the third Monday in February. It is a day when Americans honor the leaders who have served as President of the United States.
Martin Luther King, Jr. (MLK) worked to advance civil rights in the United States and around the world. That was his dream. What's yours? Here's an easy and meaningful activity for school or home - a great opportunity for students to envision their “dreams
Constitution Day is September 17. This is an opportunity to incorporate civic learning into the classroom or dinner table discussion.
Ever wonder what's most important to your government? Check out the budget! That's where government officials and policymakers work to establish funding priorities.
All about local government. Find out who's in charge and what they do!
Martin Luther King, Jr. (MLK) worked to advance civil rights in the United States and around the world.That was MLK's dream. What's yours? Here's an easy and meaningful activity for school or home
Lots of activities for the State of the Union
A collection of audio recordings of US Presidents from after reconstruction to the present.
Highlight the public issue of distracted driving (especially texting while driving) and help students learn about roles of government, legislative process, leadership, civic participation and other topics.
Send your video of the Gettysburg Address, celebrate and learn about the historic speech
Charlotte’s new mayor, Patrick Cannon, was sworn in on December 2, 2013. Use this learning opportunity to help students to explore local government, leadership, communication, policy, and more.
Students consider national or community challenges and come up with their ideas and solutions for solving them.
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Educating and engaging K-12 students to lead.
Smart, fun programs connect classroom learning with hands-on experiences that build civic literacy, civic engagement, and civic leadership from an early age.