Help students learn more about civics and enter for a chance to win* a VGo Robot and videoconference session with retired Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor!
Enter the iCivics Impact Challenge between October 3 and November 30, and your students can earn points by playing educational games on The games engage students in evaluating Supreme Court cases, becoming active in their community, voting, determining budgets, passing laws, arguing cases before a judge, and even being president for a day. The team with the highest number of points at midnight on November 30 wins the grand prize.
For more ideas on how to make civics engaging in the classroom visit the links below:
For additional lessons, interactive games and activities, visit the Constitution Day collection on

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The Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium just released the Content Specifications with Content Mapping for the Summative Assessment of the CCSSM. They can be found at: The webinar that was held for participating states today will be available on the website on August 30.