Civics Resources

The following links are useful for learning and teaching. 

Teaching and Learning Civics

  • The Center for Civic Education has decades of experience and great K-12 books and videos.  See their site for their We the People open course, instructor-led courses, civics forum, and more.
  • Civics 101 – from New Hampshire Public Radio – is a refresher course on the basics of how our democracy works. The podcast covers  topics from midterm elections, to foreign aid, to constitutional amendments – and a whole lot more!
  • iCivics is great for middle-school and high-school students.
  • The National Constitution Center has interactive lesson plans, videos, and an interactive version of the Constitution and Bill of Rights.
  • Ballotpedia is offering a growing number of Learning Journeys.
  • The National Archives provide access to the US Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and other historical documents.

Practicing Civics

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