• James Madison Legacy Project Supports Civic Education for High-Need Students

    jmlp july2016James Madison Legacy Project Supports Civic Education for High-Need Students The James Madison Legacy Project is a three-year nationwide initiative of the Center for Civic Education to increase the number of highly effective teachers of high-need students through professional development. The grant is made possible by a generous grant from the U.S. Department of Education through the Supporting Effective Educator Development (SEED) program. 
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  • Rachel Carson Middle School Places First

    wtp invite_rachelcarson_2016Rachel Carson Middle School Places First at the We the People National Invitational Rachel Carson Middle School of Herndon, Virginia, placed first in the Fourth Annual We the People National Invitational. Brown County Junior High School of Nashville, Indiana, placed second and Bob Graham Education Center of Miami Lakes, Florida, placed third. Congratulations to all competitors! Full results.
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  • Senate Resolution Supports Civic Education

    sres440Senate Resolution Supports Civic Education Sen. Res. 440 honors the dedication of all civic educators and calls for the support of programs that “educate students about the history and principles of Constitution of the United States, including the Bill of Rights.” Sen. Res. 440 was introduced by Senators Ben Cardin (D-Maryland), Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), Sheldon Whitehouse (D-Rhode Island), and Roger Wicker (R-Mississippi). All four senators are outstanding supporters of civics in the schools and professional development for teachers. 
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  • We the People National Finals

    AwardWinnersOregon's Lincoln High School Places First in the We the People National Finals Oregon's Lincoln High School, led by teacher George Ten Eyck, placed first the  29th annual We the People National Finals. Second place went to Denver East High School, followed by Oregon's Grant High School, a wild card team, in third. More than 1,200 high school students and teachers competed in simulated congressional hearings on the Constitution this weekend. Find the results on Facebook and join the discussion using hashtag #WTPFinals
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    Our network of state and district coordinators supports We the People by conducting local teacher professional development, holding conferences, and organizing local and state hearings.

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    Democracy goes digital with the new We the People enhanced ebook for high school students. Engage your students study of the Constitution on nearly any device, anywhere.

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    High school students: get the most out of your study of We the People by visiting the We the People companion site.

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