Skip to main content
Virtual Professional Development Program for Educators

Elections, Voting Rights and Reform

Date and Time
Location
Live Online
,
Featured Speakers
Caryn-Rossiter
Caryn Rossiter

Manager, Sphere Education Initiatives, Cato Institute

Walter Olson
Walter Olson

Senior Fellow, Robert A. Levy Center for Constitutional Studies, Cato Institute

Carrie Ray‐​Hill

Senior Director of Digital Learning, iCivics

Dan McLaughlin

Senior Writer, National Review

Watch the Event

Inline Frame URL

About

Join the Sphere Education Initiatives on Tuesday, October 26, from 7:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. EDT for a conversation about voting rights and reform.

  • This event will be presented via Zoom.
  • All Sphere alumni and interested educators for grades 5–12 are eligible to attend.
  • Earn professional development for attending.

Voting rights and reform are popular topics of discussion as we approach election day. Join the conversation and learn how to answer your students’ difficult questions and bring civil discourse to your classroom. Following a conversation with leading experts, iCivics will demonstrate their timely lessons and resources.

Our panel will feature Dan McLaughlin, senior writer at the National Review and Walter Olson, senior fellow at the Center for Constitutional Studies at the Cato Institute. Caryn Rossiter, manager and senior trainer of Sphere Education Initiatives, will moderate the conversation. Carrie Ray‐ Hill, senior director of Digital Learning for iCivics, will offer professional development.

Program

-

ELECTIONS:
Voting Rights and Reform

A conversation with Dan McLaughlin and Walter Olson

Moderated by Caryn Rossiter

-

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WITH ICIVICS

Presented by Carrie Ray‐​Hill