Discover what organizations in your state are doing to further the mission of Civic and Law Related Education. No effort is too small when it comes to impacting and educating youth and adults about the law. Submit here to promote your Civics & Law Related Education program.

Indiana Bar Foundation

230 East Ohio Street
Indianapolils, IN 46204

Center for Law and Civic Education

The Indiana Bar Foundation is devoted to an enlightened and engaged citizenry through civic education. Through partnerships with the Indiana State Bar Association, and other volunteers and alumni, the Foundation administers We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution as well as several other civic education programs.

Indiana Supreme Court

200 W. Washington Street, Room 304
Indianapolis, IN 46204

Courts in the Classroom

Helps educators, students, historians and interested citizens learn more about the history and operation of Indiana’s judicial branch. Provides a multitude of curriculum materials as well as four interactive fieldtrips for students each school year and a two-week summer teacher workshop.

The Center on Congress at Indiana University

Indiana University
Bloomington, IN 47405

The Center on Congress answers questions to help Americans of all ages understand how our representative democracy works and their role in our government. The Center on Congress does this through events for the public, journalists, and teachers. They provide outreach to teachers through resource development and seminars.