While growing number of states are realizing the importance of teaching high school students the nation’s founding documents after schools have ignored them for years, unfortunately our Indiana Legislature has been unwilling to see the wisdom so obvious to other states as our Civics Bill once again was shelved in 2017!

Kentucky and Arkansas have become the latest of more than a dozen states requiring high school social studies curricula to include material covered by the 100 questions asked on the naturalization exam, which includes questions about U.S. history, civics, and government. – Read More