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April 5, 2022

The Second Act of Civics Secures Democracy

Marina Ziemnick

We want our message to Congress to come across loud and clear: we see the Civics Secures Democracy Act for what it is, and we will not let it go unchallenged. 

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March 3, 2022

School Board Recalls, “No Place for Hate,” and the Return of the Trojan Horse

John D. Sailer

Activists are once again pushing for federal civics legislation that would fund ideologically-charged education across the country. Now is the time for a renewed effort to oppose these bills.

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October 28, 2021

Trojan Horse Pedagogy, "Terrorist" Parents, and K-12 Gender Ideology

John D. Sailer

From school boards to the State Department, education remains the issue of the day. Click to read the latest issue of Resolute, the Civics Alliance newsletter.

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October 21, 2021

This Time We're Ready: The Re-Appointment of Catherine Lhamon

Teresa R. Manning

Catherine Lhamon is confirmed by the U.S. Senate as Assistant Secretary for the Office of Civil Rights. Her reappointment is disappointing, but this time we're ready to fight against her administr......

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October 14, 2021

Feds Panic, Wisconsin Weighs In, and Cal. Ethnic Studies Mandate Goes Live

David Randall

Once more, in the battle over ideology in schools, both sides make significant gains. Click to read the latest issue of Resolute, the Civics Alliance newsletter.

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September 30, 2021

New Legislation, CivXNow Policy, and More State Battles

John D. Sailer

A slate of new civics education legislation has been proposed on the federal and state level. Read about it in the latest issue of our Civics Alliance newsletter.

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September 16, 2021

The Next Test for Texas, Aztec Gods, and More School Board Battles

John D. Sailer

Do Aztec prayers belong in K-12 schools? Click to read the latest issue of Resolute, where we break down the latest developments in K-12 civics education.

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September 15, 2021

Colleges and Constitution Day

National Association of Scholars

In 2004, Congress passed into law a requirement that all educational institutions that receive federal funding commemorate Constitution Day. Well ... do they?

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August 19, 2021

Taking Stock, the Texas Struggle, and Minnesotan Revisionism

David Randall

Click to read the eleventh issue of Resolute, our Civics Alliance newsletter informing you about the most urgent issues in civics education.

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August 11, 2021

Anti-CRT Amendment Added to $3.5 Trillion Federal Spending Bill

David Randall

In a late-night session, Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) successfully introduced an amendment to prevent federal funds from being used to promote Critical Race Theory (CRT) in pre-K and K-12 schools. The am......

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