|National Academy for Civics and Government|
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WHAT: A free three-week professional development opportunity in Los Angeles, California
WHEN: July 8–29, 2017
WHO: 25 of the United States' best and brightest educators currently working in either public or private elementary schools, middle schools, or high schools, as well as up to five international educators
The Center for Civic Education, in conjunction with the National Endowment for the Humanities, is proud to present the 2017 National Academy for Civics and Government, "Political and Constitutional Theory for Citizens."
For three weeks, educators will engage in this one-of-a-kind professional development opportunity, working alongside some of the finest constitutional scholars, engaging in serious seminar-style discussion, and enjoying the Los Angeles sunshine and the beautiful campus of Occidental College.
William Harris of the University of Pennsylvania will serve as the director of the institute.
Teachers from both public and private elementary schools, middle schools, and high schools are encouraged to apply to this extraordinary opportunity. A stipend for travel and accommodations is included.
See the agenda and course outline below. We look forward to learning with you!
Agenda for the 2017 National Academy for Civics and Government
Course outline for the 2017 National Academy for Civics and Government