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Newsletter Archive

2019

October (Current and Societal Issue Discussions, Impeachment)

September (Civics in the Middle Professional Development, Constitution Day)

August - Middle School Bill Signed by Governor

August (Back to School Toolkit, Casemaker)

July(Student Growth, Read. Inquire. Write.)

June Civics in the Middle (Micro Credentials, Social Studies Collaborative Drive)

June (Micro Credentials, Social Studies Collaborative Drive)

May Civics in the Middle (Educators as Advocates for #CivicsInTheMiddle, Hexagonal Thinking)

May (Educators as Advocates for #CivicsInTheMiddle, Hexagonal Thinking)

April (Marginalization of Social Studies, Race to Ratify)

March (Engaging Student Voice, Understaning Presidential Power)

February - Civics in the Middle

February (Civics is Elementary, Navigating Digital Information)

January (CivXNow Movement, Free Speech ED, Resources for 2019)

2018

December (Illinois Bicentennial, Newsfeed Defenders, Teaching the Bill of Rights)

November (#CivicsIsBack Success, Veterans Day, Media Literacy Resources)

October (Equipping Students to Take a Stand, How Do We Reckon With Our Past, Teaching About Elections)

September (NCSS 2018, Lowering the Voting Age to 16)

July (Blog Recap, Justin Jacobek Spotlight)

May (Civic Education Survey, Student Centered Discussion)

April (Curating Civic Instruction, Redistricting)

March (Responding to Tragedy, Fourteenth Amendment)

February (Putting the Pieces Together, Christopher Busse Spotlight)

January (Question Formation Technique, Election Resources)