Indianapolis, Inda. – (June 14, 2022) – Certell, Inc., which aims to nurture a generation of independent thinkers, has been shortlisted for two awards at the fifth annual American Civic Collaboration Awards, also known as “Civis”.
Civvys is the only national awards program dedicated to celebrating projects that emphasize working together across divisions to empower communities and empower citizens. By collaborating as a core force, these initiatives put communities and nations ahead of parties, ideologies and narrow interests, embodying a civic consciousness that inspires other Americans to take action.
Certel’s SensibleSchool was nominated as a finalist in the National category for its Bending Bar program, which brings civics and other classes for prison inmates. Certell’s Poptential 6’s Social Studies course package includes a final nominee in the youth section for the free family to include digital storytelling involved in bringing social studies to life.
The Civvys Awards Committee has reported a record number of nominees for the 2022 award. This year, in addition to collaboration, impact, and measurability, the emphasis has been on building a more diverse and equitable America in terms of rewards.
About Certell, Inc.
Certell is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit that aims to nurture a generation of independent thinkers. More than 30,000 teachers from across the United States have signed up to use Certell’s Poptential ™ Family Free Social Studies course, and thousands more students have reached out through Certell’s law-and-economics college-level courses and SensibleSchool™ instruction for home-schoolers. Have been, employees, and prisoners. The finalist for the EdTech Digest Award for Sortel curriculum and instructional solutions, known as the 2021 Tech and Learning Best Tool for Back to School, the 2021 Tech Advocate Finalist, and the 2021 Bronze Award from the National Association of Economics Educators. For more information, visit certell.org or Twitter @ CertellOrg.