Spring Issue of National Civic Review

April 22, 2021

The spring 2015 issue of the National Civic Review is out and its focus is on community engagement and education. The lead article is on Marshalltown, Iowa (AAC 2012) and...

Lead for America: Host a Fellow

August 22, 2019

Bring a Homegrown Talent to Your Organization Lead For America (LFA) is a non-profit that aims to ensure our nation’s most dynamic and diverse talent is working on our communities’...

How Do Communities Ensure their Youth are Healthy and Successful in School and Life?

September 17, 2015

[fusion_text]Around the country, communities are working to remove barriers for students to help their youth create a path to success. National Civic League is proud to announce that in 2016,...

Eight States named “Pacesetters” by the Campaign for Grade-Level Reading

May 1, 2015

WASHINGTON, D.C., April 13, 2015 – Eight states across the nation have been named 2014 Pacesetters by the Campaign for Grade-Level Reading, cited for their efforts to begin to turn...

Coming in the National Civic Review

February 25, 2015

[fusion_text]In most American cities, factors like family income, race and geography seem inextricably linked to academic performance. But in Denver, as elsewhere, there are outliers – powerful examples of what...

2015 All-America City Awards to focus on Vulnerable Boys and Young Men of Color

August 4, 2014

Photo by Karina Furhman

25 Years of Healthy Communities: an interview with Tyler Norris

January 13, 2014

Pacesetters: Baltimore, Maryland

July 31, 2012

(From the Campaign for Grade-Level-Reading website.) Baltimore became one of the first cities to start using chronic absence data to drive policy and practice, and it has demonstrated several innovative...

2012 All-America Cities Announced!

July 2, 2012

Watch the 2012 AAC-GLR highlight video.

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