What Are YOU Interested In? (Quick Survey)
Posted by Bridge Alliance Education Fund on April 19, 2019 at 12:32 AM
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From Day 1, the Bridge Alliance has positioned itself as a coalition for organizations trying to fix our political system from all angles. The result is that its members are involved in all parts of the democracy revitalization movement -- from helping people talk to overhauling our electoral systems.
We know, though, that it’s hard to be passionate about everything. That’s why we want to know what you’re interested in. Fill out our two question survey based on our member categories and watch for the results in an upcoming Weekly Update.
We would also like to congratulate iCivics on winning TESOL’s 2019 Presidents’ Award. Honorees of this prestigious award demonstrate a commitment to English language instruction and education, which is exactly what iCivics did with its new English Language Learner [ELL] initiative. As part of the initiative, iCivics has upgraded its two most popular games (Do I Have a Right? and Immigration Nation) to make civic education accessible for English learners.
Finally, Everyday Democracy has extended the nominations deadline for its Leadership in Democracy Award to Monday (the 22nd). We previously discussed this award on March 8th, so you know that it comes with a $10k prize. Don’t delay! Submit today!
As always, thank you for your support.
Bridge Alliance Education Fund
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Bridge Alliance Members in the News:
Better Angels; National Conversation Project - The Ledger - Seidman: Are you willing to #ListenFirst?
Tech Congress - FedScoop - Here's where to find tech expertise within congressional offices
Independent Voter Project - Digital Journal - California Presidential Primary Unconstitutional, Gonzalez-Fletcher Bill Not a 'Solution'