4th and 5th grade students got to ask Pennsylvania Gov. Josh Shapiro about gun violence and other issues at a Youth Town Hall hosted by the Rendell Center for Civics and Civic Engagement with the Annenberg Public Policy Center.
FactCheck.org has won the People's Voice Award for News & Politics websites and mobile sites at the 2023 Webby Awards. This is FactCheck.org's 11th People's Voice honor and 21st Webby.
The Brooks Jackson Prize for Fact-Checking, presented with the Cronkite Awards, honors reports on a misinformation campaign that aimed to undermine trust in elections.
FactCheck.org, a project of the Annenberg Public Policy Center, has been nominated for a 2023 Webby Award in the mobile and website category News & Politics.
In a Q&A, Penn political scientist Matt Levendusky, head of APPC's Institutions of Democracy, discusses his book "Our Common Bonds" and reducing partisan animosity.
Annenberg Classroom has released a new film exploring the history of Juneteenth and illustrating how and why freedom and citizenship were intertwined.
Three educators have been named to develop middle and high school lesson plans for Annenberg Classroom's film "Juneteenth," which debuts online this month.
An article in Social Education by APPC's Andrea Reidell describes the struggle of Robert Purvis, a free Black man living in Philadelphia before the Civil War, to obtain a passport.