Political education or citizen education, according to Greek and European curricula, aims to promote skills such as critical thinking, acting in a democratic way, constructive interaction with others and action in a socially responsible way. The question that arises in this research is whether the real teaching of civic education promotes action in a socially responsible way. Two-step cluster analysis was followed. The findings include the connection of the high grade with the autonomous teaching of the course. In contrast, sporting activity seems to be more closely linked to the diffusion of the subject across the spectrum of the curriculum.