Online civics lessons through the O’Connor Institute

Former supreme court justice Sandra Day O’Connor has a deep interest in civics education, and her “O’Connor Institute” has a new initiative to teach civics online. We learned more from Jonathan Gelbart, the institute’s director of educational initiatives and innovation.

 

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