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Constitution Day Teaching Resources

Teach the Constitution on Constitution Day (or all year 'round)! [...] »

EDSITEment: A portal for fun historical learning from grades K-12. [...] »

Intimidated by teaching legal history? Find resources for thinking about and teaching 17 pivotal U.S. Supreme Court cases at this site, designed for educators. [...] »

Constitutional or not? Read about this 1803 landmark court case deciding issues of judicial review. [...] »

Two practices help students to make sense of primary source documents on the internment of Japanese Americans while improving their reading skills. [...] »

This NBC mini-documentary describes the Articles of Confederation. [...] »

Communication and performance-based evaluation characterize this Washington State Teaching American History (TAH) grant. [...] »

Constitution Day is September 17. [...] »

With more than 10 billion items addressing U.S. history, you're bound to find an excellent resource. [...] »

Contextualize those founding documents—without context, they are little more than aged sheets of paper. [...] »