Virtuous Citizenship

How do classic works educate future leaders in America’s core ideas?

Learning Diverse Views

Where do scholars with different perspectives agree, and where do they differ?

How to Educate an American

In a new book chapter, the Roundtable’s Adam Meyerson and Adam Kissel describe how philanthropy can respond to America’s civic education challenges.

How the Supreme Court Has Interpreted the Constitution

Constitution Annotated gives a comprehensive explanation of how the Constitution has been interpreted by the Supreme Court.

The Philanthropy Roundtable's Civic Education Program connects donors with strategies, organizations, and projects most likely to increase civic literacy and appreciation of core constitutional principles, such as separation of powers, checks and balances, the rule of law, federalism, the equal protection of the laws, the First Amendment, and the fundamental rights and civic responsibilities of American citizenship.

Upcoming Events

2020 National Forum on K-12 Philanthropy

April 29 - 30, 2020 San Antonio, Texas

National Civics Expo

May 6 - 7, 2020 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Guidebooks

The Fabric of Character

A Wise Giver's Guide to Supporting Social and Moral Renewal

Excellent Educators

A Wise Giver's Guide to Cultivating Great Teachers and Principals

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