Civic engagement exists as part of the current KSDE Kansas Education Systems of Accreditation (KESA) foundational structures, thus all systems need to address civic engagement in a variety of ways. School systems also have the option to apply for Civic Advocacy Network (CAN) recognition awards based on evidence of civic engagement. The KOHP can help in both these areas. Civic Engagement involves both learning in the classroom and service projects in the community. KOHP can be an important tool to teach about different areas of state and local government for a variety of grade levels. Creating student-led oral history projects, with KOHP assistance can engage the community. Further, high school students can teach younger students about civic engagement with help from KOHP. Schools can apply for Civic Advocacy Network (CAN) recognition awards based on evidence of civic engagement. The KOHP can help in both these areas.