How should we teach Civics as it relates to Citizen Involvement in the governing of our communities?

The Civics curriculum is often taught in historical or structural context and it should include all the important historical and structural information. However, it often lacks education that builds students’ practical skills to engage civic institutions after graduation. I believe students benefit from having a better understanding of the practical aspects of things like running for office, filing initiatives/petitions, and how local civic institutions work.


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