Project Citizen Showcase for grades 4-12--June 4, 2021. It is not too late to get your students involved learning how to influence public policy on issues that concern them. Project Citizen is a process to help keep students engaged whether classes meet in-person or remotely due to the pandemic. A Project Citizen Professional Development video provides an introduction to the program.
The New Jersey Council for the Social Studies 2020 Annual Fall Conference was digital due to the pandemic. Go to the NJCSS web site to view teacher video resources. Professional development credit is available.
New Jersey Student Mock Election-Results from the 2020 election are now available!
We the People the Citizen and the Constitution high school competition was conducted digitally on January 27, 2021. East Brunswick High School won top honors. West Windsor-Plainsboro North High School finished second. Both will be representing New Jersey at the National Finals in April.
New current issues lessons:
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