In The News
Teaching Inclusive History with the Chicago History Museum – Challenging the Status Quo: Activist Women in Chicago
How can students play a part in educating our voting community on the positions and viewpoints of the school board candidates?
Illinois Democracy School Takes Inquiry to Informed Action to Encourage Informed, and Equitable Voting
Sophomores Use Philosophical Chairs to Explore, “Should the US continue to use the Electoral College to elect the President?”
Is the Electoral College the BEST way to choose a president? A Current and Controversial Issue Discussion
Illinois Civics Hub Online Microcredentials Highlighted in Recent Report by CIRCLE at Tufts
What are the responsibilities and opportunities of citizenship and civic agency in America's Constitutional democracy?
What values, virtues, and principles can knit together ‘We the People’ of the United States of America?
Dr. Jonathan Cohen Responds to Administrator Questions about Returning to School and School Climate
Sorting Facts From Fiction- What Districts Can Do to Combat Misinformation in the Current Culture Wars
What different perspectives are there on how our geographic, social, economic, and political landscape changed over time and on the benefits and costs of those changes?
How can we ensure our sources of information about contemporary debates and possibilities are accurate and fair?