• We the People National Invitational Begins

    Announce Nat_Finals_WTPFishers Junior High School Places First in the We the People National Invitational!Congratulations to Fishers Junior High School for placing first in the We the People National Invitational. Rachel Carson Middle School placed second and Bob Graham Education Center finished third. Our sincere congratulations to all the competitors! You can find the full results here or watch the archived livestream on Facebook.

  • Livestreaming the We the People National Finals

    AwardWinnersGrant High School Places First in We the People National FinalsGrant High School of Portland, Oregon, placed first in the 2018 We the People National Finals. Foothill High School of Pleasanton, California, placed second, and Lincoln High School, also of Portland, placed third. Congratulations to all competitors in this year's #WTPFinals! Get the full results.

  • Chuck Quigley Writes on Freedom of Expression for The Washington Times

    WTshowcaseChuck Quigley Writes on Freedom of Expression for The Washington Times
    Charles Quigley, the Center's Executive Director, writes on the importance of teaching freedom of expression in The Washington Time's special The President and the Constitution section this month. "The burden of responsibility for the enlightening of our young people regarding the precious rights to freedom of expression they have inherited … lies with the dedicated teachers of our school systems."

  • Miss America 2018, Cara Mund, to Speak at WTP National Finals

    MissAmericaShowcaseMiss America 2018, Cara Mund, Keynote Speaker at We the People National FinalsMiss America 2018, Cara Mund, was the keynote speaker at the We the People National Finals on April 30. A We the People alumna herself, Cara’s team won the North Dakota We the People state finals in 2011–12. 

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