The Colorado University Board of Regents voted to create civics certificate programs and other initiatives designed to increase students’ proficiency in the subject by taking courses on founding documents like the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence.

Several proposals, which were approved during a June meeting, according to The Denver Post, have tasked the undergraduate University of Colorado campuses to develop plans to offer students a more comprehensive civics education through certificate programs and minors, online resources, and courses on founding U.S. documents.

“An awful lot of unpleasant disagreement and fighting among people with different ideas and not approaching it in a civil way”   

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The four civics proposals were introduced during a February board

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