The Center conducts the James Madison Legacy Project, which brings high-quality professional development in civics and government to 2,025 teachers serving more than 202,500 high-need students nationwide. The project focuses on identifying cost-effective means of providing high quality professional development programs that are useful in enhancing the knowledge and skills required of teachers to promote high-needs and other students' attainment of state standards in civics and government. Learn more.
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