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New Hampshire Institute for Civics Education

To ensure active participation in our democracy, educators must help students engage with their communities and learn a variety of skills associated with political and community life. They also must help students cultivate attitudes and beliefs that might best be described as `civic virtues.`

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Authentic Engagement

Register today for Authentic Engagement: Community Connections in Legal Education on October 27th

Helping educators help students of all ages

Civics 603

Civics 603! offers NH educators and their students the opportunity to travel to the NH Supreme Court, meet with court officials, learn about key cases, and develop and present mock appellate arguments before lawyers acting as judges.

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Attend an Event

We always have something going on! Check out our recent, new and upcoming events. To stay in the know of all things NH Civics, visit often and keep your contact information up-to-date, as many of our event invitations are sent via email.

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Resources

Get instant access to our free resources for teachers for K-12 education. Explore NH Civics' innovative, engaging lesson plans, activities, and other materials.

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Authentic Engagement: Community Connections in Legal Education

October 27, 2020 | 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Authentic Engagement: Community Connections in Legal Education

Featuring:

  • Aaron Blais, Social Studies Teacher, Exeter High School
  • Kate Sintros, Social Studies Teacher, Hopkinton High School
  • Seth Aframe,  Assistant United States Attorney, New Hampshire United States Attorney’s Office
  • Honorable N. William DelkerAssociate Justice for the New Hampshire Superior Court

 

Authentic Engagement: Community Connections in Legal Education
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These two days were so valuable! It's the best PD I've had in a long time. I enjoyed hearing what teachers do in other parts of the country. Judge Rendell coming really made an impact on me. Her coming made me feel that what we do is important.
- Teacher

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