Grant Funded Secondary Civics PD

Screen Shot 2016-05-10 at 11.42.30 AMThe Michigan Center for Civic Education seeks motivated secondary civics and government teachers looking for a student-centered, research driven ways to teach the foundations of our government, the Constitution, and Bill of Rights and contemporary applications. 

Twenty-five selected teachers will become the second cohort of the James Madison Legacy Project. The Project is centered on the newly updated We the People…the Citizen & the Constitution instructional materials.

An overview of Cohort 2 expectations as well as information about the Summer Institute which kicks off year two can be found here.  All costs for cohort 2 (including substitute reimbursement, stipends, lodging and meals) are supported by a grant from the US Department of Education. All participants will also receive a free classroom set of We the People.

Register at  by May 31.  

If you have any questions contact MCCE at

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