GenerationNation's Learning Center is your resource for curriculum, resources, educational tools, and hands-on activities that help your students to build civic literacy, civic engagement, and civic leadership from an early age. Curriculum and resources are based on literacy, curriculum standards, and critical thinking.
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Students will use the example of an important community issue (Community Letter) to practice reading and analyzing informational text, and using the information to take informed civic action through interviews and sharing of feedback with officials.
In addition to learning about what happened in 2001, you can use 9-11 as a civic learning opportunity for family or classroom dialogue.
Constitution Day is September 17. This is an opportunity to incorporate civic learning into the classroom or dinner table discussion.
Ever wonder what's most important to your government? Check out the budget! That's where government officials and policymakers work to establish funding priorities.
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