DocsTeach, the online tool for teaching with documents from the National Archives, is full of primary sources and tools for teaching about civil rights.
The National Archives has primary sources and educational resources to help prepare your students for the modified DBQ format.
Check out these online resources for teaching American history or government to high school students.
Getting Started with DocsTeach Mini-Webinars are open to teachers and parents of students in all grade levels. Each 20-minute session will highlight a different aspect of DocsTeach.
Check out these online activities and lesson plans from around the National Archives and Presidential Libraries for teaching civics or American history to Middle School students.
Join us online for interactive learning programs! Programs are available for preschool through 12th grade, and are scheduled weekly through the end of May.
We've created activities and ideas for teaching elementary age children. These resources focus on skills like sequencing and finding clues in historical objects, and topics like symbols and national monuments.
In honor of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment and women’s constitutional right to vote, we’re offering 2,500 free popup displays, titled Rightfully Hers, to schools and cultural institutions nationwide!
For educators who are now teaching remotely and homeschooling parents, we have several resources for online teaching and learning at the National Archives.
In Green v. New Kent County, the 1968 Supreme Court ruled that a "freedom of choice" plan was not sufficient to bring about desegregation. The decision spurred on desegregation in earnest in Virginia schools.