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For the past six years, attorneys from Accenture and DLA Piper have partnered with the Constitutional Rights Foundation Chicago (CRFC) to teach students at Barry, many of whom are low income, about the U.S.
Last summer at the Social Science Education Consortium's conference in Prague, Czech Republic, I observed groups of Czech high school students use the "Deliberating in a Democracy" program of the Constitutional Rights Foundation Chicago (CRFC).
The Constitutional Rights Foundation Chicago (CRFC) conducts workshops, institutes, or study groups on discussion and deliberation for teachers interested in leading such classroom conversations.
In a recent Constitutional Rights Foundation Chicago institute, middle school teachers developed the following list of criteria for selecting texts for civil conversations:
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