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Conflict and Consensus: Leading with Student Inquiry

In this final episode of Conflict and Consensus, Pablo Wolfe is joined by Hillary Usher, a Montessori educator in South Carolina.  (continue reading)

Conflict and Consensus: From Debate to Deliberation

Today we are pleased to present part two of Conflict and Consensus, a three-part conversation led by author and educator Pablo Wolfe.  (continue reading)

Conflict and Consensus: What Does Civics Look Like in the Classroom?

Listen to part one of Conflict and Consensus, a three-part conversation about the role of civics in the classroom.  (continue reading)

Reflections on Learning: Civics Education

There seem to be infinite possibilities for tying in civics content with necessary skills: Could civics be the most flexible (and important) way to meet a multitude of standards?  (continue reading)

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