iCivics, funded in part by an IADC Foundation grant, is the nation’s largest provider of and champion for high quality, equitable and nonpartisan civic education. iCivics was founded by the Honorable Sandra Day O’Connor in 2009 to ensure that the practice of democracy is learned by each new generation and to inspire life-long civic engagement. Each year, iCivics’ award-winning resources are used by 145,000 teachers and 9 million students in classrooms across the United States. Join us and learn more about this important work being done from iCivics’ Chief Education Officer.
1. Understand the history of civic learning in the United States, as well as its current status, trends, and public opinion.
2. Identify the policy needs and efforts required to improve our nation's K-12 civic education for a more robust constitutional democracy.
3. Explore how iCivics reimagines civic learning for American democracy, including its world-class, engaging instructional materials, and how the audience members might leverage them.
HOW TO REGISTER:
Although there is no fee to attend, you must register so the IADC can plan accordingly for the number of interested participants. To register, log-in with your IADC username and password. Each participant must register individually as Zoom links will be specific to each participant. If you have never attended an IADC event before, please create a guest account where requested on this site.
We hope that you will join us for this exciting and informative program.
NEW! Your IADC website profile. We recently updated member profiles to include your links to any virtual IADC meeting for which you are registered. Go to your account, and when you click to view/edit your account, go to the “Meeting Participation” tab. There you’ll find “Upcoming Virtual Meetings/Virtual Links” which includes your Zoom link for each of your registered meetings.
If you have any questions, please contact Director of Professional Development, Melisa Maisel Vanis.