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Second Avenue Learning and iCivics Partner to Promote Civic Learning

Second Avenue Learning announces its partnership with iCivics, a non-profit organization dedicated to reinvigorating civic learning through interactive learning resources.
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Second Avenue Learning announces its partnership with iCivics, a non-profit organization dedicated to reinvigorating civic learning through interactive learning resources. The organizations will deliver election-related content to K-12 teachers and students.

The partnership will enable teachers to support iCivics’ mission to improve civics through a purchase of Second Avenue Learning’s Voters Ed program. The Voters Ed interactive platform presents current and historical election information in a non-partisan, fact-based way.

Teachers and districts can learn more about Voters Ed, and purchase the program at a 20 percent discount using promo code iCivics16 on the Second Avenue Learning website. In addition, districts can find pricing and other promotional opportunities at http://www.SecondAvenueLearning.com.

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