Losing the Republic: The Progressive Hijack of Civics Education - 1/10/17 in DC

National Association of Scholars

You are cordially invited to join the National Association of Scholars in Washington, DC, as we unveil our new report Making Citizens: How American Universities Teach Civics

 

Losing the Republic: The Progressive Hijack of Civics Education 

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Washington, DC

Anderson House

2118 Massachusetts Avenue, Northwest
(between 21st and 22nd streets along Embassy Row in Washington's historic Dupont Circle neighborhood)

10:30am-1:00pm

Luncheon included

Hosted by The Society of the Cincinnati

 Speakers:
John Fonte, Senior Fellow and Director of the Center for American Common Culture at Hudson Institute

Stanley Kurtz, Senior Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center

David Randall, Director of Communications at the National Association of Scholars and author of Making Citizens

Peter Wood, President of the National Association of Scholars

Jack Warren, Executive Director of the Society of the Cincinnati
 

RSVP HERE

Direct questions to Ashley Thorne, [email protected] or (917) 551-6772

This event is free and open to guests of the National Association of Scholars and the Society of the Cincinnati.

Program:

10:30-10:35  Welcome from Jack Warren

10:35-10:45  Introduction from Peter Wood

10:45-11:00  Presentation of Making Citizens by David Randall

11:00-11:15  Remarks by John Fonte

11:15-11:30  Remarks by Stanley Kurtz

11:30-12:00  Panel discussion with David Randall, John Fonte, and Stanley Kurtz, moderated by Peter Wood

12:00-1:00  Buffet Lunch

12:10-1:00  Q&A with audience      


There is also a parallel event for Making Citizens in Denver on Thursday, January 12.


Image: Society of the Cincinnati  

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