Kansas students have another way to test their civics knowledge.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach on Wednesday announced the CyberCivics Completion Program, open to any public, private or home-school student ages 10 to 14.
To participate, visit the Kansas CyberCivics website – www.civics.ks.gov – which features lessons on Kansas history and statehood, geography, government and more. Students who complete the curriculum can print and take a comprehensive exam, which is required to be proctored by a teacher or other adult sponsor. Students scoring 90 percent or higher on the test will receive a certificate of achievement from Kobach’s office.
For more information about the CyberCivics program, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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