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Capitol Square Foundation partners with country’s leading civic education nonprofit to provide digital resources for teaching civics in Ohio

Highland County Press |

The resources, which were created in partnership with iCivics, the civic education nonprofit founded by Sandra Day O’Connor, and the John Glenn College of Public Affairs have been designed specifically to align with Ohio’s state standards and to meet the needs of Ohio educators through content that is tied to the Buckeye State’s history and Constitution.

They have been created to use both remotely, as many schools have not yet opened their campuses to students, as well as in the physical classroom. Completely nonpartisan, they are available for free and for anyone to use at https://www.icivics.org/teachers/oh.

The Capitol Square Foundation was established in 1987 to increase public awareness of and to involve citizens in the history of the Ohio Statehouse.