If there were a 28th Amendment to the Constitution, what should it be? The Rendell Center asked 4th and 5th grade students to weigh in.
In Democracy Amid Crises: Polarization, Pandemic, Protests, and Persuasion, a team of scholars assembled by APPC provide a data-rich analysis of the impact of four interlocking crises on the 2020 election and its aftermath.
The Civics Renewal Network welcomed back thousands of K-12 teachers to the first in-person National Council for the Social Studies Conference since 2019, held in Philadelphia.
FactCheck.org has released its list of the Whoppers of '22, its annual review of the year's worst political and viral deceptions. Political appeals to fear were as popular as ever -- and Covid-19 misinformation continued to be a huge problem online.
Penn's Center for Ethics and the Rule of Law has published a report by over 30 national security experts on how to close the Guantánamo Bay detention facility.
Trust that the Supreme Court is operating in the best interests of the American people has plummeted amid growing perceptions of partisanship, according to APPC's survey.
The Leonore Annenberg Institute for Civics awarded four adult civics education grants to organizations in the Civics Renewal Network and partnered on a guide to civics for adults.
Street Law released a free curriculum for middle and high schools on the rule of law, created with the support of APPC's 2021 Leonore Annenberg Institute for Civics Award.
After two years of improvement, Americans’ knowledge of some basic facts about their government has fallen, with less than half able to name the three branches of government.