Information and Resources for Educators

The Campaign for the Civic Mission of Schools offers an array of resources to help educators provide effective high quality civic learning for all students.

Civic Learning Online: Our Civic Learning Online database is a free online resource providing information about effective civic learning programs and practices. The database is searchable by grade level and type of practice, corresponding to the Six Proven practices recommended in Guardian of Democracy: the Civic Mission of Schools’ Report.  Do you have an innovative civic learning program or practice to share? Please submit it to Civic Learning Online.

Our Links will connect you with civic learning programs that can be used to improve civic learning in your school and with resources to help you provide effective civic learning.

Civic Learning does not end in High School Higher Education has an important role to play. Read an important new report ‘A Crucible Moment: College Learning and Democracy’s Future’ to learn more about effective civic learning in Higher Education.

The Assessment Tools resource provides the latest thinking on how to best assess civic learning and actual assessment tools for use in all schools.

Be sure to check out our Six Proven Practices for effective civic learning, Key Reports, Research and other resources on the left side of this page for tools that can help provide effective civic learning.

Website made possible by generous funding from the S. D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation.

The Campaign for the Civic Mission of Schools is a Project of the Leonore Annenberg Institute for Civics of the Annenberg Public Policy Center University of Pennsylvania.