29 September, 2014
Nichole Bontomasi and Michael Baker, teacher and student at Lamphere High School in Madison Heights, were selected to represent Michigan at the Civic Renewal Network’s Constitution Day Celebration on September 16-17, 2014.
12 September, 2014
At its annual meeting in August, the American Lawyers Alliance awarded Hillary Baker with the 2014 High School Teacher of the Year Award.
10 September, 2014
The Michigan Center for Civic Education is partnering once again with the Michigan Council for the Social Studies, Michigan Council on Economic Education, and the Michigan Geographic Alliance to present the Joint Social Studies Conference.
26 June, 2014
In 2013, with funding from the Robert R. McCormick Foundation, CIRCLE surveyed a national sample of civics and U.S. government teachers which produced the report “All Together Now: Collaboration and Innovation for Youth Engagement.” .
13 June, 2014
By Eric Dresden |
A group of elementary students wants their city to ban people from using their cellphones while they drive in Fenton.
29 April, 2014
The East Grand Rapids High School "We the People" team placed sixth in the nation. The competition ended April 28.
31 March, 2014
In a hard-fought competition, Ann Arbor Community High School defeated Grand Blanc High School to win the 31st annual Michigan High School Mock Trial Tournament State Championship.
25 March, 2014
The cases aren't real but a group of Grand Blanc students is putting their legal minds to the ultimate test. Grand Blanc High school's mock trial team will be in a state tournament Saturday, March 29, competing against other nine other schools in mock trials where the teams represent either the prosecuting or defense teams, and serve as attorneys and witnesses.
16 March, 2014
The 31st annual Michigan High School Mock Trial Tournament will be held Saturday, March 29 at Veteran’s Courthouse in Lansing. The MHSMTT is administered by the Michigan Center for Civic Education.
14 March, 2014
Each summer, the Michigan Supreme Court Learning Center offers a dynamic program that illustrates the work of state courts. Participants examine how appellate courts work by arguing a case as if before the Supreme Court.
29 September, 2014 | A Transformative Experience: Lamphere High School Teacher and Student Attend Constitution Day Celebration in Washington DC …more
12 September, 2014 | Hillary Baker, East Kentwood High School, receives National Teacher of the Year Award …more
10 September, 2014 | Register Now for the Michigan Joint Social Studies Conference …more
26 June, 2014 | CIRCLE Releases Findings from National Survey of Civics and Government Teachers …more
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