Conference breathes new life into lessons for Oregon civics teachers

Some 100 Oregon teachers attended a conference sponsored by the Classroom Law Project, a nonprofit group aimed at improving civics education. At one conference session, two prominent Oregon lawyers debated the value of revising the state's constitution. Educators said the debate brought to life the subjects regularly covered in the classroom. "It reminds me why I love teaching social studies, government and U.S. history," one teacher said.

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