Source: 1776 Unites
What You Get: An organization, curriculum and movement that uplifts, develops character and promotes patriotism through diverse voices. It has a special focus on African-American voices that celebrate the strength and achievements of Black Americans in the face of adversity. It offers a network for academics and scholars, classroom ready lessons for middle and high school students as well as essays and recommended books written by intellectuals, entrepreneurs and civil rights activists.
Source: American Birthright
What You Get: Civics Alliance put together this model K-12 Social Studies Standards. Dedicated towards improving America’s civics education, American Birthright teaches how Americans from all walks of life have contributed to the expansion of American liberty.
Source: Beast Academy
What You Get: Beast Academy offers math curriculum and books for ages 8-13. Children learn math through rigorous illustrated guidebooks that reinforce concepts through hundreds of practice problems, puzzles, and games.
What You Get: FLAG offers Patriotic speaker opportunities on America’s Founding, The American Dream and Living the American Dream: Entrepreneurship. The organization has also developed a very popular series of historical comic books that will engage young readers.
Source: Hillsdale 1776 Curriculum
What You Get: Hillsdale is a national leader in free, on-line courses that focus on the elements of a Classical education rooted in history, the humanities and effective pedagogy. This curriculum teaches American History and Civics through units that include primary sources and additional texts with guiding questions, quizzes, writing assignments, study guides, and tests.
Source: Our Underachieving Civics Curriculum
What You Get: A complete program for teaching citizenship, history and character. Contains a syllabus for elementary, middle, high school and college level instruction with links to recommended books, articles, and documents. At the end of each unit there are core readings with accompanying questions to assess student learning.
Source: Prager University
What You Get: Prager U is bringing together millions of Americans who want to restore balance and diversity of thought in schools: “We are building a powerful online community of pro-America parents and educators who can join forces and make a difference”. The organization has built an amazing network of individuals that have created curriculum for K – 12 that feature engaging videos and animated presentations that teach children the importance of liberty and individual freedom.