A global news event that is rich with opportunities for classroom discussions, civic learning, news literacy, reading information, and lots more.
Learning about foreign diplomacy and current issues
Resources for classroom learning and dialogue about Charlie Hebdo event
Great digital tool highlights US/foreign citizen perceptions on key US and global issues.
Should Scotland be independent? Resources and discussion questions to help students learn, think, and decide.
Primary sources and more tools for D-Day
The mystery of flight 370 offers rich opportunities for classroom discussion and critical thinking.
The 2014 Winter Olympics take place in Sochi, Russia in February. Here are a few resources to help students to build civic literacy while following this exciting global event.
Great map and chart resources on a variety of topics, curated by the Washington Post.
Wonder how different countries define the rights of citizens, or the voting process? Explore the world's constitutions with Constitute!
In 2013, the North Carolina General Assembly created and voted to approve new legislation about voting laws. In 2016, federal courts ruled that NC's Voter ID law is discriminatory.
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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.