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.
Lots of activities for the State of the Union
Getting ready to celebrate Thanksgiving? In addition to giving thanks, use this holiday as an opportunity for civic learning.
Resources about Trump Executive Order on Immigration
Hands-on activities to help students learn while watching, reading about, analyzing and discussing the Inauguration
What is the President's job? How does the President get elected?
A collection of audio recordings of US Presidents from after reconstruction to the present.
Free posters about government
A collection of civic literacy resources for learning about the Charleston shootings and resulting actions
Supreme Court reviews Affordable Care Act - a good opportunity to explore healthcare law and the 3 branches of government
Charlotte has a new mayor...again! Dan Clodfelter will serve until December 2015
An important historic event for the city, and a relevant civic learning opportunity
Send your video of the Gettysburg Address, celebrate and learn about the historic speech
In 2011, the North Carolina General Assembly approved the Founding Principles Act. It defines certain Founding Documents and Founders' Principles that high school students need to learn about and understand for civic literacy.
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.
Educates students about democracy, reading and analyzing information, the election process, making decisions, different levels of government, ways that citizens participate in political life, and more.
Find the correspondence and other writings of 6 founders of the United States.
Looking for government websites?
Resources about NC government
3 branches of government for kids
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