Is it Time for a “490 B.C. Project”?
Independent Institute published a new policy report suggesting high schoolers need to know classical heritage.
Conceived in Liberty: The Bradley Speaker Series
Hosted by Bradley President and The Philanthropy Roundtable Chairman Rick Graber
Online Learning Opportunities
Through its Exchange Program, the National Constitution Center connects middle school, high school, and college students to hold civil conversations and learn more about the Constitution.
Is “Action Civics” an Advance in Civic Education?
This study examines the origins, nature, and educational effects of a movement in civic education that goes by a number of names—”New Civics,” “Action Civics,” “Civic Engagement,” and “Project-Based Civics.”
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.