NHICE will host a workshop for educators on Surfing in the Age of Fake News on Friday, October 5 from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m at St. Anselm College in Manchester. Presenters include Sam Wineburg, Ann Hadwen of Educational Design Studio, and Concord High School Media Literacy teachers Elizabeth York and Heather Houellette-Cygan. Register today!
gratefully received from:
William W. Treat Foundation
NH Supreme Court Society
Friends of Charles F. Leahy
The NH Bar Foundation
William W. Upton
Civics 603 offers NH educators and their students the opportunity to travel to the New Hampshire Supreme Court, meet with court officials, learn about key cases, and develop and present mock appellate arguments before lawyers acting as judges. The in-court program takes about 120 minutes. Two extremely successful “pilot” programs were conducted in April 2018, and students were able to meet with, and ask questions of, the Chief Justice of the New Hampshire Supreme Court. Learn more.
The New Hampshire Institute for Civics Education (NHICE) is proud to announce the launch of New Hampshire’s Kid Governor®, a statewide program for 5th graders! The program will be a partnership between NHICE and the New Hampshire Institute of Politics, with support from the New Hampshire State House and Department of Education. To learn more about New Hampshire's Kid Governor and how your class, school or district can participate in this groundbreaking civics program, please email Martha Madsen.
Senator Susan Collins (R-Maine) will present the William W. Treat Lecture in an event hosted by Constitutionally Speaking on Friday, September 21 at the Dana Center at Saint Anselm College in Manchester. Sen. Collins will speak on Civility, Cooperation, and Compromise: Why Our Constitutional Republic Requires Them.