civics & government

Student Voice: What “back to normal” means for this Chinese student

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In this student voice feature, Zhiming Gu reports from China about life with few cases of COVID-19 but the ever-present danger of return. Continue reading

How far does the Supreme Court’s ruling go to protect LGBTQ rights?

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In this lesson plan, discuss the impact of the ruling by the Supreme Court on the rights of gay and transgender employees. Continue reading

Inequality in education funding

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In this lesson plan, learn about one state’s attempts to remedy an alarming gap between the funding of its wealthiest and poorest school districts. Continue reading

What do El Paso, Dayton gun massacres say about America?

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Use this NewsHour lesson plan to talk with your students about the mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, which took place over the weekend. Continue reading

Super Civics 2020: How to get along with our political opposites

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In this NewsHour Extra lesson plan, learn how Americans are struggling to approach opposing political opinions with civility instead of contempt and what can be done to fix the problem. Continue reading

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