• John F. Tinker to Deliver Keynote Address at We the People National Finals

    wtpfinalsquestionsJohn F. Tinker to Deliver Keynote Address at We the People National Finals
    John F. Tinker will speak during the awards ceremony at the We the People National Finals on April 29. Tinker was a petitioner in Tinker v. Des Moines (1969), studied by We the People students. One school will be presented with a special Tinker Award for its response to Unit 5, Question 3. The award is sponsored by the John F. Tinker Foundation. Tinker's speech will be broadcast live via the Center's Facebook page.
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  • Free Summer Professional Development

    Happy We the People StudentsFree Summer Professional Development Teachers and students, we invite you apply to the Presidential and Congressional Academies. From July 7 to 20, 2019, participants will be immersed in the study of constitutional history and principles and visit national historical sites. Engagement among teachers and students will continue during the 2019-2020 academic year. Don’t miss out on this great, free opportunity. Apply today!
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  • Women's History Month Lesson Examines Struggle for Civil Rights

    womenshistory 2014Women's History Month Lesson Examines Struggle for Civil Rights 
    In honor of Women's History Month, the Center offers a free lesson for middle-grade students addressing the contributions of the brave women who helped drive and sustain the civil rights movement, the woman suffrage movement, and other modern civil rights movements. Students explore the role played by gender during an era of expanding political rights and personal liberties. Explore this and many other free lessons on our Women's History Month page.
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  • We the People National Invitational Middle School Hearing Questions Released

    invitationalWe the People National Invitational Middle School Questions ReleasedThe Center is proud to announce the release of the 2019 We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution National Invitational middle school hearing questions (link opens a pdf file). These questions covering each unit of the We the People middle school textbook will test the knowledge and critical thinking skills of this year's competitors. 
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