McConnell Center conducting survey to guide future civics programming


The McConnell Center at the University of Louisville is in the process of reconsidering its civic education programming in order to better use its resources to serve educators. Educators – whether or not they have previously engaged in events offered by the McConnell Center’s Civic Education Program – are invited to take a survey to help the center shape the future of its programming designed to serve educators and students.

The McConnell Center’s Civic Education Program, established in 2005, conducts educational programs for Kentucky teachers, students and the general public focused on developing a strong knowledge of American history and fostering creative thinking about citizenship. Visit the McConnell Center’s website to get a look at the center’s current civic education offerings.

The survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete. Educators are asked to submit responses by May 15 so the center can shape its fall 2019 programming.