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Arizona Study on Civic Education (PDF - 4/2009)

Justice Sandra Day O'Connor on Daily Show talking about Civic Education (3/2/09)

Nation's report card on Civics released (5/16/07)

Civic Education and Engagement Commission Passed (6/22/06)

Arizona Republic: Constitution Added to Classroom Flags Bill (6/21/06)

Arizona Republic Editorial: Put Civics Back in Classroom (5/31/06)

Arizona Republic Editorial: Freedom is messy at times (4/25/06)

Not By Math Alone -- Justice Sandra Day O'Connor and Roy Romer Article (3/25/06)

Initial data from school district survey (11/05)

Arizona Social Studies Standards revisions update (9/26/05)

Third Congressional Conference on Civic Education (9/05)

AZ Civics Coalition Partner Form (PDF 118K)

Arizona Civics Coalition Vision (3/05 PDF)

AZ Civics Meeting Summaries
April 16th, 2009
April 26, 2007 Data Symposium
March 28, 2007
January 23, 2007
September 20, 2006
July 26, 2006
March 24, 2006
January 18, 2006
December 6, 2005
November 8, 2005
September 21, 2005
 

 

 



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The Arizona Civics Coalition unites community partners, educators, and youth to revitalize civic education for young Arizonans.

The Arizona Civics Coalition will publish research findings and reports frequently. Please check back often for updates.

Arizona Civics Inventory - Districts Completed 11/1/05
The Arizona Civics Inventory was delivered in August 2005 to every public school district in Arizona to collect information about how civics and government are addressed in Arizona's School Districts. The Arizona Civics Inventory for school districts was concluded on November 1, 2005. The results of the Civics Inventory were released in November 2005.

Civic Mission of SchoolsReport
Written and endorsed by more than 50 scholars and education practitioners, The Civic Mission of Schools report summarizes the status of and need for civic learning in schools, kindergarten through 12th grade. It analyzes trends in American political and civic engagement; identifies promising approaches to educating students for democracy; and offers recommendations to educators, policymakers, government officials and funders.

Civic Mission of Schools - Executive Summary (PDF - 82KB)
Civic Mission of Schools - Full Report (PDF - 653KB)

 
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