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Other judges have been giving defendants civics lessons on how democracy works.
The pristine, grassy circle around it transformed into an open-air civics forum, with gospel choirs, daily speeches, voter registration booths and a public vegetable garden.
The high school civics teacher hopes to make “a lot of small, technical fixes” to the sweeping changes approved earlier this year to expand access to voting.
Teaching how elections work in a presidential election year has been a staple of government and civics classes for decades.
Bipartisan legislation introduced in Congress last month would provide $1 billion for states to bolster their civics education.
The concerns educators have about teaching the election process during this polarized political era come amid growing calls for a reemphasis on civics education as a way to increase understanding of how government operates and why it even exists.
The study of history and civilization, of sociology and civics, will do much in the first direction.
YOUR MIND AND HOW TO USE ITWILLIAM WALKER ATKINSON
To indicate this more clearly they have applied to the study the name of "Community Civics."
The works and biographies of great men furnish many opportunities for incidental instruction in civics.
We already see advances both in the purpose and the plan of civics teaching and in the literature prepared for the schools.

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