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Dean Mantz

Interactive Learning Modules | The Center On Congress at Indiana University - 13 views

    Interactive learning modules covering U.S. Congress
Gail Braddock

iCivics | The Democracy Lab - 10 views

    The federal education program appropriated funds "based on good test scores in math, science, and reading," she said, but it did not distribute money for history or civics. O¹Connor¹s new web site aims to right that wrong. Launched on May 24, is a rebranded, expanded version of an earlier site called "Barely one-third of Americans can even name the three branches of government, much less say what they do," O'Connor said. "… I'm worried." Games on iCivics include "Do I Have A Right," in which the player runs a virtual firm specializing in constitutional law; "Executive Command," which offers a chance to play president; "Supreme Decision," about the Supreme Court; "Branches of Power," which gives the player control of all three branches of government; and "LawCraft," in which the player is a member of Congress. The iCivics program is based at Georgetown University Law School. O'Connor is the project founder and leads the board of the nonprofit iCivics Inc., iCivics spokesman Jeffrey Curley said. The project began in 2007 and is in use at schools around the country.
Tim Childers

PolitiFact | The Obameter: Tracking Barack Obama's Campaign Promises - 0 views

    Keep track of the completion of President Obama's campaign promises day-by-day.
Randy Rodgers

Education - 0 views

    Description of Obama's proposed educational agenda
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