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Christian Science MonitorDecember 12, 2019: "Rhode Island Lawsuit: Students sue for the right to learn civics"

Education Dive - December 4, 2019: “Rhode Island right-to-education lawsuit to be heard in federal court"

NBC News - November 3, 2019: “How a lawsuit over Detroit schools could have an 'earth-shattering' impact"

Bob Herbert’s Op-Ed TV - February 20, 2019: “Michael Rebell on the Push for Civic Education”

The Politic - February 4, 2019: "A Civic Duty: Students Want Schools to Teach Citizenship"

Providence Daily Dose - January 26, 2019: "RI Civics Lawsuit Spotlighted On Bill Maher"

TC Today - Winter, 2018: "Making a Federal Case: Michael Rebell and his students hope to convince the Supreme Court that education is a Constitutional right"

Education Week - December 11, 2018: "Is the Time Right to Make Education a Constitutional Right?"

The Dave Feldman Podcast - December 4, 2018: "Michael Rebell is suing the state of Rhode Island for failing to teach Civics"

The 74 - December 5, 2018: "Federal Lawsuit May Be Just What Rhode Island Students Need to Get Them the Civics Education They Deserve"

CNN - December 1, 2018: "Students sue Rhode Island over lack of civics education"

Associated Press - November 29, 2018: "Lawsuit: Schools don’t prepare kids for civic life"

TC Newsroom - November 29, 2018: Taking Schools to Court: A suit filed by TC’s Michael Rebell charges Rhode Island with providing diminished access to civic education

The Atlantic - November 28, 2018: "The Students Suing for a Constitutional Right to Education"

Providence Journal - November 19, 2018: "Federal lawsuit says R.I. fails to prepare students to be informed citizens"

The New York Times - November 11, 2018: "Are Civics Lessons a Constitutional Right? This Student is Suing for Them"

Phi Delta Kappan - October 22, 2018: "Preparation for capable citizenship: The schools’ primary responsibility"

The Daily News - October 7, 2018: "Educate to unify: The urgent need for better civic education in our dangerously divided nation"

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