America’s Founding Principles
The Roundtable supports philanthropists dedicated to providing a robust civics education that promotes and preserves good citizenship. We work to connect our members with organizations that believe an informed citizenry protects democracy and is essential for creating a safe, enduring society.
Only 10 states require one year of U.S. government or civics education.
30 states require a half year of U.S. government or civics education.
11 states have no civics education requirement.
The Teagle Foundation: Cultivating Civic Leaders Through Education Excellence
Nonprofits Transforming Civics Education Worth Celebrating on Presidents Day
Philanthropy and Civics Education: Hanna Skandera on How Civics Bees Can Help Inform Today’s Students
Junior Achievement’s BizTown: Combining In-Class and Hands-On Learning to Bring Civics to Life
Trust in American Institutions Hits New Low … and Lack of Civics Education is Partly to Blame
Inspiring Public Service Through Civics Education in Georgia
Three Black Philanthropists Who Helped Fund the Fight to End Slavery
What Ever Happened to U.S. History 101?
On Ben Franklin’s Birthday, Some Fun Facts About His Philanthropy
Patrice Onwuka Featured in Philanthropy Daily on MLK Day
Robert Woodson: Lifting Black Communities Through American Values
A Diverse Bipartisan Effort Against California’s Divisive Critical Ethnic Studies Curriculum