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Bar association pushes to revive civics studies

Ryan Kordziel raises question of teacher, Richard Harrigan during a 12th grade government class at ND-BG on Wednesday morning.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Ryan Kordziel raises question of teacher, Richard Harrigan during a 12th grade government class at ND-BG on Wednesday morning.
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Some teenagers at Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons High School know qualities of good citizenship. “I think a good citizen is someone with good moral standing and also a good sense of responsibility,” said Rob Paley, 17. “It’s being aware of what’s going on around you,” offered Javier Stec, also 17. “And taking an active involvement in the nation,” added 18-year-old Andrew Tatlock. The New York State Bar Association wants to hear about more students like Rob, ...

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