Civics is making a comeback in schools, sparked in part by the 2016 election.
In an age of acceleration, in which the human experience is faster and more disrupted than ever, ethics becomes even more important than it was in quieter times.
When leaders of Alabama’s Russell County/ Phenix City NAACP received a tip about a video of local students chanting racist lyrics, including the phrase “to hell with the NAACP,” it didn’t go over very well.
Students in Vermont are signing up for a summer of civics – a new program designed to educate students about their shared civic heritage while connecting them with local government and historic sites.
North Carolina mother Liz Liles is making it her life’s mission to help young girls in her community.
Students at McDowell High School are getting in-depth lessons about the Vietnam War from North Carolina veterans who fought on the front lines.
Students in Kentucky must pass a 100 question citizenship test to graduate starting next year, a requirement they’re already preparing for at many schools.
University of California Los Angeles ROTC staffers ‘walk the walk’ when confronted with fiery crash on LA’s 405
Six staff members of University of California Los Angeles’ Reserve Officers Training Corps recently put on an impromptu demonstration of what it truly means to don a military uniform.
A new study commissioned by a New York City charter school shows students who attended the school were significantly more likely to vote, a reality officials credit to a focus on civics engrained in the school culture.