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The Delaware Civics Education Coalition is a nonpartisan coalition of groups in Delaware engaged in civic education activities that are working to elevate civic education and engagement as a state priority in order to protect and strengthen America's constitutional democracy. This includes building a shared commitment to ensure that all young people are prepared to assume their rights and responsibilities to participate in civic life and address the issues facing students, their families, and communities in our increasingly dynamic and digital society.
To achieve this mission, the Delaware Civics Education Coalition promotes nonpartisan policies that support engaging K–12 civic learning, both in- and out-of-school.
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The Delaware Civics Education Coalition seeks nominations for K-12 classroom teachers to be recognized for excellence in teaching civics. Any K-12 teacher who meets the criteria and is selected by the awards committee is eligible to be recognized. The recognition is not limited to a single person per year.
Review the criteria, then fill out the nomination form. Applications will be accepted from the list of those nominated following the February 15, 2023 nomination deadline.