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CivXNow is a national cross-partisan coalition of over 200 organizations including the Delaware Civics Education Coalition focused on improving our nation's K-12 in and out-of-school civic education. CivXNow is a project of iCivics. The Delaware Center for Civics Education is grateful to CivXNow for its support.
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Educating for American Democracy (EAD) is an unprecedented effort that convened a diverse and cross-ideological group of scholars and educators to create a Roadmap to Educating for American Democracy—guidance and an inquiry framework that states, local school districts, and educators can use to transform the teaching of history and civics to meet the needs of a diverse 21st century K–12 student body.
The Civics Secures Democracy (CSD) Act [HR 1814] [S. 879] creates grants for states and districts to support and expand access to U.S. history and civics to meet the needs of today's students and our constitutional democracy. The bill:
Visit the CivXNow website for more details, including access to the bill’s text.