Invitation to Civics Day at Capitol, April 29

High school and middle school teachers of civics, government, history, and social studies, along with honor students from their classes, are invited to take part in a workshop on civic education and the American founding, Saturday, April 29, at the State Capitol in Denver. The Claremont Institute, in cooperation with Hillsdale College and the El Pomar Foundation, offers this special event at no charge to applicants from public and non-public schools, as well as home-schoolers, while spaces last. See below for details and signup information. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ The Claremont Institute For the Study of Statesmanship & Political Philosophy Former Sen. John Andrews, Colorado Fellow



A Civic Education Workshop for Teachers & Honor Students Grades 7-12 in Metro Denver Schools, Public & Nonpublic

Led by Dr. Thomas Krannawitter History Professor, Hillsdale College Author of "Introduction to Citizenship for New Americans"

Saturday, April 29, 2006 930am - 330pm State Capitol, Room 356

By Invitation Only One Teacher, One Boy & One Girl Student per School No Charge - Curriculum Materials & Lunch Included

RSVP to Kathleen LeCrone 720 621 3602