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Constitution Day Teaching Resources

The Constitution and the Bill of Rights inspired many other important documents in U.S. history. This Constitution Day, trace its influence through primary sources. [...] »

This Constitution Day, the National Endowment for the Humanities asks, how is the Emancipation Proclamation like the U.S. Constitution? [...] »

Looking for a way to fund graduate education related to teaching the U.S. Constitution? [...] »

If the U.S. interned you and your family, how would you respond? [...] »

What would life be like without freedoms we take for granted—of the press, right to assembly, and more? [...] »

Watch J. Douglas Smith discuss the Massive Resistance policy enacted by U.S. Senator, Harry F. Byrd, Sr., in 1956. [...] »

Textbooks may be fantastic, but curriculum is even better. [...] »

Visit Williamsburg and learn about the founding of the U.S.—virtually. Registration opens for this free program Sept. 6! [...] »

Drill students on the constitutional amendments with this engaging game. [...] »

Social history for the entire school populace—ELL and special education included. [...] »

 
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