In January 2018, nonprofit iCivics released a Spanish-language version of the gameDo I Have a Right, which teaches children about civil rights. The organization was launched by retired Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor.
President Abraham Lincoln was America’s first “technology” president. He used emerging telegraph technology in war, politics, and even his personal life. The Decoding the Civil War project at The Huntington Library is focused on using transcribed and decoded Civil War telegrams to engage new and younger audiences to spark their curiosity and develop new critical thinking skills.
The Center on Representative Government at Indiana University has launched Engaging Congress, an interactive game that uses primary source documents to explore the workings of American government and the challenges it faces in contemporary society.
Recognizing the vital role that teachers play in citizenship awareness and law-related service programs, the American Lawyers Alliance (ALA) sponsors an annual Teacher of the Year Award to honor US public and private middle school and high school teachers who have made significant contributions in law-related education.