News and Updates

Civic Spirit Day Evaluation

As part of our commitment to honest reflection and continuous improvement during the pilot phase, Civic Spirit hired Daniel Olson, an embedded evaluator, who attends all Civic Spirit training events and student programming and is tasked with gathering qualitative and quantitative data to guide Civic Spirit’s methodology and strategy. With support from The Covenant Foundation, …

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Teacher Prompt: Prayer For America

The Prayer For America contestwas a success! We had +50 inspiring prayer submissions from all across our Civic Spirit network. Hear our students’ prayers for the future of their communities and our democracy. See Our Students’ Prayers The Prayer for America campaign is designed to: Give students an opportunity to create their own prayers and wishes for …

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Inquiry Form

Thank you for your interest in joining the Civic Spirit network! We are currently exploring ways to serve schools throughout the United States. Please complete THIS FORM. We will be in touch about upcoming resources as well as regional opportunities.

Civic Engagement: Walking the Walk

As an organization committed to supporting the civic engagement of teachers and students, we recognize that Civic Spirit must demonstrate similar involvement and leadership in local civic society.. We have joined a group of stakeholders who are helping to ensure that the Civic Engagement Commission (CEC) legislation passed in November 2016 is implemented in a …

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Summer Institute Retrospective

As part of its design, from Day 1, Civic Spirit embedded an evaluator in the pilot program to ensure that we are objectively defining success, assessing outcomes, facing challenges, and capturing our best practices and distinct value within schools. Civic Spirit’s Evaluator, Daniel Olson, attended the 2018 Summer Institute and wrote an evaluation including qualitative and …

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