Students get a taste of political science as they learn the three branches of government.
High schoolers take their history lessons up to the present.
All about community: Kids learn social studies concepts by observing what's around them.
Fourth graders focus on their state history while mastering places, dates, and regions.
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Students study Native tribes, revolutionaries, and others as they explore our country's chronology.
Though state standards vary widely, most middle schoolers take a year of U.S. history.
Second graders dive into history by reading biographies of U.S. leaders and luminaries.
Students get a glimpse of history, geography, and culture by studying our country's traditions.
Students' civic knowledge is lagging, but some groups are taking aim at the problem.