New "We Rule: Civics for All of US" interactive distance learning programs for Constitution Day help elementary students explore the big ideas of the Constitution and connect the document to their own lives.
Find summer professional development opportunities about news literacy, presidents and the Constitution, historical injustices, and youth activism!
Find primary sources and resources for teaching about the Hispanic-Latinx experience.
Join the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum for a virtual conference for educators on March 24, 2021: Dignity and Justice for All: Stories of Protest, Resistance, and Change.
Find resources about U.S. immigration and refugee policy during World War II and the Holocaust, shared during a recent webinar.
Sign up for our new "What Happens in Washington?" online program for K-2 students, or for one of our other K-12 distance learning options.
Online training for a new civics curriculum begins January 8th.
Sign up for free, standards-aligned, 45-minute interactive videoconferencing programs aimed at students in grades 4-12.
Join us for a webinar with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum for a webinar exploring American responses to the Holocaust.
Find resources for teaching about American Indians and the history of Native Communities in relation to the Federal Government.