We the People National Invitational Hosts Ten Middle School Teams

May 21, 2018 / 2018 National Invitational, E-news, We the People

Ten middle school teams attended the 2018 We the People Invitational, showcasing their knowledge on civic education and public speaking skills at the National Conference Center from May 4 to May 8.
Fishers Junior High School from Indiana placed first with Teacher Mike Fassold. Second place is held by Rachel Carson Middle School in Virginia, led by Teacher Cynthia Burgett. Bob Graham Education Center from Florida placed third with Teacher John Brady. The awards ceremony was broadcast live on Facebook, where unit awards were also announced. For full results from the competition, see the Center for Civic Education’s website.
Each class competed in teams, organized by the six units of the We the People: The Citizen & the Constitution textbook. Each unit deals with one aspect of American constitutionalism. Students are asked challenging questions about constitutional issues by a panel of expert judges made of accomplished scholars, attorneys, and public officials, among others.
To see more of the students and activities from this year’s Invitational, visit the Center’s Flickr page!

Ten middle school teams attended the 2018 We the People Invitational, showcasing their knowledge on civic education and their public-speaking skills at the National Conference Center from May 4 to May 8.

Fishers Junior High School from Indiana placed first with teacher Mike Fassold. Second place is held by Rachel Carson Middle School in Virginia, led by teacher Cynthia Burgett. Bob Graham Education Center from Florida placed third with teacher John Brady. The awards ceremony was broadcast live on Facebook, where unit awards were also announced. For full results from the competition, see the Center for Civic Education’s website.

Each class competed in teams organized by the six units of the We the People: The Citizen & the Constitution textbook. Each unit deals with one aspect of American constitutionalism. Students are asked challenging questions about constitutional issues by a panel of expert judges made of accomplished scholars, attorneys, and public officials, among others.

To see more of the students and activities from this year’s National Invitational, visit the Center’s Flickr page!

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