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Apply today for the Sphere Summit: Teaching Civic Culture Together 2021. The annual Sphere Summit is a full-scholarship professional development program for educators of grades 5–12 that will take place June 27–July 1 and July 25–July 29 in Washington, DC. The summits will offer a hybrid experience, which will allow for both in-person and online attendance.
A large, diverse group of leading civic education providers and research universities has collaborated to develop a roadmapto Educating for American Democracy, offering guidance for the content and instructional strategies of K–12 history and civic education across the United States, along with an implementation plan.
Project Wayfinder is a new approach to social–emotional learning called Purpose Learning. It was born at the Stanford Institute of Design to answer a key design question: how can we reimagine adolescent education to develop a student’s sense of meaning, purpose, and belonging?