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Social studies teachers share why civics is so important


Arizona Educational Foundation‘s Ambassadors For Excellence Nate Rios, Who Teaches Government At Flowing Wells High School In Flowing Wells School District, And Larry Johnson, A Middle School Social Studies Teacher At Shepherd Junior High In The Chandler Unified School District, Also Share Why Civic Education Is So Relevant In The 2020 Elections.

Hear what two Arizona social studies teachers have to say about why civics education is so important for students.

Arizona Educational Foundation‘s Ambassadors for Excellence Nate Rios, who teaches government at Flowing Wells High School in Flowing Wells School District, and Larry Johnson, a middle school social studies teacher at Shepherd Junior High in the Chandler Unified School District,  also share why civics education is so relevant in the 2020 elections.

Video edited by Muska Olumi/AZEdNews: AZEdNews Teachers Conversations – #3 Why civics is so important

This is the third episode in an ongoing AZEdNews Teacher Conversations video series featuring Arizona Educational Foundation’s Teachers of the Year and Ambassadors for Excellence discussing current education issues and topics.

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Arizona Educational Foundation‘s Ambassadors for Excellence Larry Johnson, left, and Nate Rios, right, share why civics education is so relevant.

More in the AZEdNews Teacher Conversations series:
#1 Teaching online and in-person
#2 School bonds and overrides

#3 Why civics education is important