Retired justice O'Connor advocates for civics education

Sandra Day O'Connor may have retired from the U.S. Supreme Court, but she continues to work on an issue of national importance -- greater civics education in schools. O'Connor, co-chairwoman of the national advisory committee for Campaign for the Civic Mission of Schools, travels to speak to conferences and has worked with a high-tech team to produce iCivics.org, an interactive computer game to help teach students about the democratic system of government.

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