American Civic Education Teacher Awards: 2015 Winners

Sep 02, 2015 / American Civic Education Teacher Awards

Teachers from California, Idaho, and Indiana are recipients of the 2015 American Civic Education Teacher Awards (ACETA), recognizing their exemplary work preparing young people to become informed and engaged citizens. The ACETA winners are Jill R. Baisinger of Cathedral High School in Indianapolis, Indiana, Jose Flores of Brawley Union High School in Brawley, California, and Holly Kartchner of Blackfoot High School in Blackfoot, Idaho. Read the rest of this entry »

The Year Ahead

Jan 15, 2014 / 2014 National Finals, 60-Second Civics, American Civic Education Teacher Awards, Announcements, Citizens, Not Spectators, Civitas International Programs, Constitution Day, Lesson Plans, We the People

It should be an exciting year for the Center and for civic education in the United States as more Americans awaken to the realization that our nation’s future depends on the informed participation of citizens in local, state, and national government. This year will include two We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution national competitions, a new We the People middle school ebook, a Project Citizen National Showcase, Constitution Day, and the November elections. Read the rest of this entry »

Dedicated Educators Receive American Civic Education Teacher Awards

Jul 31, 2013 / American Civic Education Teacher Awards

Douglas Oswald of Marion Technical Institute in Ocala, Florida; Nancy Peterson of Gilbert High School in Gilbert, Iowa; and David Alcox of Milford High School and Applied Technology Center in Milford, New Hampshire are the recipients of the 2013 American Civic Education Teacher Awards, recognizing their exemplary work preparing young people to become informed and engaged citizens. Read the rest of this entry »