Fifth-graders use mighty pen to make voices heard

"The importance of helping students express their voice and understand the power of their voice has been an underlying theme in all of my social studies classes,” said Bernardo, winner of the 2018 Susan B. Wilson Civic Education Merit Award from the League of Women Voters.

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Students To ‘Do Civics’ At A School Near You

A couple of years ago, state education officials redefined what it means to be prepared for college and a career. Now they say kids should leave high school ready for civic life. To make that happen, the state advises that schools scrap eighth grade world history class and instead focus on civics.

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