September 11, 2020
ICivics - Learning Is Fun
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The current health, economic and social crisis and impending presidential election have amplified the urgent need for high-quality civics education resources to ensure our youth learn how to make their voices heard.

The Capitol Square Foundation, the John Glenn College of Public Affairs and iCivics offer an interactive, web-based civics curriculum for students, teachers, and families.
Explore the teaching resources below:

  • iCivics

    • Free online civics games and lesson plans to teach students key topics like our three branches, how to be an informed voter, how the judicial system works, and how laws are made.

    • Teaching the 2020 Presidential Election

      • Includes games, lessons, WebQuests, and more!