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Center on Congress | The Center On Congress at Indiana University - 2 views

    "What does Congress do?" "How does it affect my life?" "And how can I let Congress know what's important to me?"

    The Center on Congress helps "Americans of all ages understand how our representative democracy works and their role in our government."
GoEd Online

101 Super Sites for Social Studies Teachers - 29 views

    A list of the top 101 websites for social studies, U.S. history, world history, government, economics and civics teachers.
Mitch Weisburgh

What is the Fed - Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco - 6 views

    overview, history, roles, and policies of the federal reserve system
Christina Briola

Center for Civic Education - 11 views

    Many resources for US Government.
Rob Jacklin

The ReDistricting Game - 4 views

    The Redistricting Game is designed to educate, engage, and empower citizens around the issue of political redistricting. Currently, the political system in most states allows the state legislators themselves to draw the lines. This system is subject to a wide range of abuses and manipulations that encourage incumbents to draw districts which protect their seats rather than risk an open contest.

    By exploring how the system works, as well as how open it is to abuse, The Redistricting Game allows players to experience the realities of one of the most important (yet least understood) aspects of our political system. The game provides a basic introduction to the redistricting system, allows players to explore the ways in which abuses can undermine the system, and provides info about reform initiatives - including a playable version of the Tanner Reform bill to demonstrate the ways that the system might be made more consistent with tenets of good governance. Beyond playing the game, the web site for The Redistricting Game provides a wealth of information about redistricting in every state as well as providing hands-on opportunities for civic engagement and political action.
Ginger Lewman

iCivics | The Democracy Lab - 9 views

    Check out games and activities on the topic of your choice!
David Hilton

U.S. National Debt Clock : Real Time - 3 views

    It's not strictly speaking history-related however most of us also teach social studies or something similar and it was just too cool to pass up. An excellent way of demonstrating to students the issues regarding the current Western economic model and the Chimerica conundrum. Scary.
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