• Civic Education Web Resources

September 3, 2023/

ACTA believes that the free exchange of ideas is the lifeblood of a vibrant democracy. The college campus must serve as an open forum where students, professors, and the community can come together across ideological divides to pursue truth and strengthen our country’s free institutions. ACTA is working to reverse…

September 2, 2023/

Pursue an education in character, faith, and freedom necessary for self-government and happiness. All courses are available free of charge to any who wish to learn. Learn from distinguished faculty in courses inspired by Hillsdale’s core curriculum.   Website – Hillsdale College Online Courses Read More

August 30, 2023/

Discover thousands of resources for teaching, researching, and learning about individual liberty. From art and economics to law and political theory, the Online Library of Liberty (OLL) offers access to a broad range of books, audio recordings, quotations, and artwork—all available at no charge. As a recipient of numerous awards…

August 29, 2023/

Many of the best organizations offering high-quality resources, including online resources, for civic education are listed and linked in the Philanthropy Roundtable’s, High-Impact Civic Education section on its website. To view them scroll down and download the PDF. Applicable Website section – Online Resources for Civic Education Read More

August 27, 2023/

  Resources Library The Bill of Rights Institute has produced classroom-ready content for over 20 years. Our library of 4,000 resources, including 650 lessons, 300 essays, and more than 300 videos can all be found here! Website – billofrightsinstitute.org/resources-library Read More

August 26, 2023/

  The mission of the Ashbrook Center is to strengthen constitutional self-government by educating our fellow Americans—students, teachers, and citizens—in the history and Founding principles of our country and the habits of reflection and choice necessary to perpetuate our republic. Website –  ashbrook.org Read More

August 22, 2023/

Online Learning Opportunities Constitutional Exchanges from the National Constitution Center  The Exchange Program connects middle school, high school, and college students online to practice civil dialogue skills; apply critical thinking and active listening; and learn about the Constitution, and how it affects their lives. All programs are offered for free and are a…

August 21, 2023/

The Intercollegiate Studies Institute is an organization whose purpose is to  promote the understanding of responsible liberty in the western tradition, to increase the appreciation of the moral basis of a free society, and to encourage interest in the best that has been thought and said throughout the history of…

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