Tag: Education


  • 2024 National Civics Bee

    Essay Submission Deadline has been extended to February 19, 2024! The 2024 National Civics Bee® is an initiative aimed at encouraging more young Americans to engage in civics and contribute to their communities. Organized in partnership with The Civic Trust® of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, the competition in Delaware County will inspire middle […]

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  • UNITED Information Session

    The UNITED program, supported by the U.S. Department of State and U.S. Embassy in Tashkent, is a 21-day exchange program to promote and improve civic understanding and build lasting relationships between college students in the United States and Uzbekistan.   Participants will attend hands-on, relevant seminars and workshops about civics, media literacy, technology, government, and […]

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  • NMS to Visit Indianapolis

    Principal Ben Williams and students from NMS will travel to Indianapolis for a guided tour of the Indiana Statehouse and a visit to the Indiana State Museum. Using CREATE funds, 60-70 student leaders will gain insight into the political processes and rich history of Indiana. The field trip aligns with Indiana Social Stud- ies Standards […]

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  • MCS Creates Engaged Young Citizens

    Julie Snider, a social studies teacher at Muncie Central High School, will take 100 seniors to the Indiana Statehouse in April to see the House and Senate chambers, Governor’s Office, and Supreme Court. Students also will meet with State Representative Sue Errington and State Senator Scott Alexander. “Civics is extremely important to me and a […]

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  • CECL

    Purpose and Rationale Ball State’s Teachers College is extremely proud of its work to advance economic and civic education in our local communities, Indiana, and throughout our nation. If education is a process where a society passes on the knowledge, values, and skills from one generation to another, learning is the lifelong process of transforming […]

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