At the core of CIRCLE’s work are a series of values that reflect our vision for stronger civic education and engagement, and for our role as ethical and effective researchers in pursuit of that goal. For all ages.
The Edward M. Kennedy Institute brings Senator Kennedy’s vision for a dynamic hub of civic engagement to life. With educational programs, public forums, and digital exhibits, the Kennedy Institute welcomes individuals of all ages to debate the issues of the day, learn from each other, and leave empowered to make their own contributions to improving their communities and our nation. Resource for all ages.
The John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum Foundation preserves and promotes the legacy of President Kennedy, his family, and their deep connection to Cape Cod. Resource for all ages.
The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum is dedicated to the memory of our nation’s thirty-fifth president and to all those who through the art of politics seek a new and better world. Resource for all ages.
The League of Women Voters of Massachusetts (LWVMA), a nonpartisan political organization, encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy. For all ages.
Our mission is to lead and support programs using history, literature, and other humanities disciplines to improve civic life in Massachusetts. For all ages.
We are a non-partisan coalition of nonprofits, educators, think tanks, universities, and other partners committed to preparing all students to become more civically aware and involved. For all grade levels, especially teachers and administrators.
The Massachusetts Archives Digital Repository provides access to permanent digital records of Massachusetts state government. Resource for all ages.
Provide a professional organization for educators involved in teaching any of the wide range of subject areas included in the definition of social studies. Resource for teachers of all ages.
The Massachusetts Department of Education in History, Social Science, and Civics. Resource for teachers of all grades.
Founded in 1791, the Massachusetts Historical Society is an invaluable resource for American history, life, and culture. Its extraordinary collections tell the story of America through millions of rare and unique documents, artifacts, and irreplaceable national treasures. Resource for all ages.
We provide leadership in closing achievement and opportunity gaps for underserved students to drive college and career success by focusing on system transformation and student academic success. For all grade levels, especially teachers and administrators.
Resource about the Massachusetts Executive branch. For all ages.
The Massachusetts State Legislature website with all representatives and senators, laws, and events in the Commonwealth. Resource for all ages.
Resource about the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court and the state’s court system. For all ages.
Creating opportunities for every student to participate in community action, service, and civic life. Non-partisan. Pluralistic. For High School students.
The Revolution is coming! Over the coming ten years, Revolution 250 will explore the history of the American Revolution and the ways that this story still resonates in society today. Culminating in 2026, 250 years since the American colonies declared independence from the British Empire, we will pull together residents, visitors, planners, educators, artists, students, the business community, and politicians to recognize the importance of our culture and values.
As Greater Boston’s community foundation, the Boston Foundation devotes its resources to building and sustaining a vital, prosperous city and region, where justice and opportunity are extended to everyone. For all ages.
The United Nations Association of Greater Boston is dedicated to building a strong multigenerational network of global citizens in the Boston area. We educate, inspire, and mobilize members of the community to engage with critical global issues central to the work and mission of the United Nations. For Middle and High school students, including students and teachers.
UTEC’s mission is to ignite and nurture the ambition of our most disconnected young people to trade violence and poverty for social and economic success. For Middle and High School students.