Read the Washington Post story here. As the story opens:
“A civics education program founded by former Supreme Court justice Sandra Day O’Connor and two other nonprofit groups … are among nine organizations worldwide selected this year for the MacArthur Award for Creative and Effective Institutions. The awards for the nonprofit groups, less well known than the MacArthur Foundation’s ‘genius grants’ for individuals, provide as much as $1 million to each institution.
And here is a brief video about how iCivics works.