March 2018 Newsletter

News from the Center for Civic Education

Celebrate Women's History Month, Get We the People Gear, and More in This Month's Newsletter.

Third Annual JMLP Meeting Hosts Mentors and Coordinators

Approximately one hundred state coordinators and mentor teachers traveled from across the country to meet for the third annual James Madison Legacy Project meeting from February $emdash1 2018 in Los Angeles.

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Utilize the Center's Curriculum on Women's History Month!

There is still time in March to celebrate women's history with lesson plans on women who were leaders in the civil rights movement, women's suffrage, and more!

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Quick Quiz! In what year did women gain the right to vote?

A. 1776
B. 1791
C. 1920
D. 1964

Read on to learn the answer!

Prepare for the National Finals & Invitational with We the People Gear

We the People gear, such as t-shirts, mugs, keychains, and more, are available! Get them in time for the National Finals and National Invitational.

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Summer Seminars for Teachers at James Madison's Montpelier

The Center for the Constitution at Montpelier is hosting three-day seminars for K-12 educators this summer! This summer's seminars are Constitutional Conventions, The Evolution of Rights and Liberties, and The Mere Distinction of Colour.

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Quiz Answer!

C. 1920

For more quizzes and learning opportunities, check out the 60-Second Civics podcast and daily civics quiz!

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