The Jack Miller Center, The Bill of Rights Institute, and the Ashbrook Center have partnered on the American Civics and History Initiative, a multi-year pilot project to cultivate informed, patriotic citizens by deepening the knowledge of middle and high school social studies teachers.

The ACHI offers an array of seminars and courses that provide K-12 teachers the knowledge and content necessary to be highly effective in teaching our founding principles and history.

The ACHI aims to reverse movements in civics education, which have been designed to minimize or denigrate American’s history and principles, or to omit them from civics curricula altogether.

The ACHI was first launched in Florida. Once it is proven there, ACHI will be expanded to other states with the goal that it becomes a nationwide effort. To learn more about ACHI, contact Jonathan Greenberg, Director of Freedom Initiatives, Jack Miller Family Foundation, at