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Celebrations and Keynotes of the 2018 FCSS Conference

September 27th, 2018

Good morning, dear friends in social studies and civics. Today, let's highlight the keynotes and special events. We have referred to these in prior posts about the conference (here and here and here, for example), but let's talk about them a bit more today. And of course be sure to... Read Post ›

Founders Month and Freedom Week Continues!

September 26th, 2018

American Founders’ Month continues in Florida. Today, we look at an actual Founder of Florida, William Dunn Moseley. Governor Moseley was the first elected of governor of the new state of Florida, from 1845-1849. Before Moseley, Florida had the legendary Andrew Jackson as military governor and a series of territorial... Read Post ›

#CivXNow Anniversary Twitter Chat

September 26th, 2018

About this time last year, the Florida Joint Center for Citizenship, as part of the Lou Frey Institute, was honored to be invited to attend and participate in the CivXNow discussion in Washington, DC with leading figures in Civics education. This Thursday, throughout the day, we will be participating in... Read Post ›

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