Civic Health Index Summary Sheet. (pdf)
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Fall 2012 American Democracy Project Calendar
The National Conference on Citizenship is a non-profit, non-partisan organization that believes every individual has the power to make a difference in their own communities through civic engagement. They, as well as the American Democracy Project, believe that that through research, reports, and events hope to produce a better understanding of what it means to be a citizen. Just recently, NCoC has introduced a new video series entitled: "Civics in a Minute" that discusses the government and the election process works!
To learn more about the NCoC and the "Civic in a Minute" video series, click here.
The Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement (CIRCLE) & The American Democracy Project Want to Know: How Civically Engaged are YOU?!
To learn how Civically Engaged you are, please take the CIRCLE Civic Engagement Quiz!
After checking out the NCoC website and filling out your CIRCLE quiz, take a minute to view the UCO American Democracy Project Contest Video Introduction!
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