In a democracy it is crucial for citizens to understand and be involved in their government. Social Civics is the study of how the United States government is organized and run at the national, state, and local levels. Beginning with a look at how government developed, this half-unit course covers such topics as our federal constitution, political parties, and government policy and involvement in various areas of our lives, including the economy, education, and foreign affairs.
There are 8 exams in Social Civics. Online Exams are available.
Davis, Fernlund, and Woll, Civics: Government and Economics in Action, Pearson Education, Inc.