State Rep. Tony Cook’s (R-Cicero) bill that would incorporate civics education into Hoosier students’ middle school curriculum recently passed out of the Indiana House of Representatives.

Cook, a former government and economics teacher, said his proposal would require students to take at least one semester of a civics course in grades six, seven or eight.

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