Welcome to the Sixth Annual Dialogue on Democracy September 10, 2009
Sponsors: Utah Coalition for Civic, Character and Service Learning Utah Commission on Civic and Character Education Salt Lake City Mayor’s Office Hinckley Institute of Politics at the University of Utah
Is life so dear or peace so sweet as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God! I know not what course others may take, but as for me, give me liberty, or give me death! -Patrick Henry
Utah Coalition for Civic, Character and Service Learning Membership American Dream Foundation America's Freedom Festival at Provo Boy Scouts of America Center for Civic Engagement at Westminster College College of Education at the University of Utah College of Education at Westminster College First Amendment Center/Utah Three Rs Project Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge, Utah Chapter Hinckley Institute of Politics at the University of Utah Inclusion Center for Community and Justice at Westminster College Judge Memorial Catholic High School League of Women Voters, Utah Chapter
Learning for Life Lowell Bennion Community Service Center at the University of Utah National Center for Community of Caring at the University of Utah National Energy Foundation Office of the Lieutenant Governor Office of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction Rowland Hall-St. Mark’s School Salt Lake Center for Engaging Community Salt Lake City Mayor’s Office School of Teacher Education and Leadership at Utah State University United States District Court for the District of Utah Utah Coalition for Civic, Character and Service Learning Membership (cont.)
Utah Campus Compact Utah Humanities Council Utah Law Related Education Utah League of Cities and Towns Utah School Boards Association Utah State Bar Utah State Board of Education Utah State Courts Utah State Historical Society Utah State Legislature Utah's Legislators Back to School Program Utah State Office of Education Utah Coalition for Civic, Character and Service Learning Membership (cont.)
Utah Coalition for Civic, Character and Service Learning Mission "The mission of the Utah Coalition for Civic, Character and Service Learning is to instill in K-16 students the desire to become engaged citizens, who, with their community partners, are endowed with the knowledge, skills, attitudes and confidence to participate fully in democratic life. The collaborative effort of the Coalition is intended to increase community awareness of this civic education work and the need for engaged citizenship."
“To provide leadership for the state's commitment to civic and character education in the public schools, institutions of higher education, and the larger community; To make recommendations to school boards and administrators; and To make coalitions and collaborative efforts that foster informed and civil public discourse and responsible citizenship." Utah Commission on Civic and Character Education Mission
Lieutenant Governor Greg Bell, Chair Kim R. Burningham, Utah State Board of Education Rosanita Cespedes, Utah State Board of Regents LaVar Christensen, former state legislator Senator Margaret Dayton, Utah State Legislature Chief Justice Christine M. Durham, Utah Supreme Court Representative Chris Herrod, Utah State Legislature Utah Commission on Civic and Character Education Commissioners
Utah Coalitionn for Civic, Character and Service Learning Board of Directors Chief Justice Christine M. Durham, Utah Supreme Court, Chair Karen Hale, Salt Lake City Mayor’s Office, Vice Chair Martha Ball, former director, The Utah 3 Rs Project Kim R. Burningham, Utah State Board of Education Kathy D. Dryer, Utah Law Related Education Linda P. Dunn, Lowell Bennion Community Service Center John T. Kesler, Salt Lake Center for Engaging Community Senator Karen W. Morgan, Utah State Legislature Michelle M. Roybal, U.S. District Courts for the District of Utah Kristin D. Fink, Executive Director
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