Engage your students with the candidates and issues taking center stage in the 2016 election!.This resource features information on past elections, the electoral college, primaries and caucuses, presidential debates, and much more. What do the candidates think about foreign policy and healthcare? What impact did televised debating have on the electoral process? Check it all out here!
In this eLesson, learn more about the protests at Yale University and the University of Missouri, and explore both sides of the free speech debate. You can also learn more about past Supreme Court cases that have ruled on the right to free speech.
Explore the Founding documents and other resources to help broaden your knowledge of the birth of our nation.
Read breaking news related to the Bill of Rights, gathered by Institute staff every school day, from reputable news sources across the country.
Voices of History gives you the opportunity to access eight of our best curricula, online, anytime, free of charge.
Interested in a FREE comprehensive digital course on history, government, and economics where you can easily search for primary-source focused resources that fit seamlessly into your teaching plans? Check out Documents of Freedom! Written for teachers by teachers, Documents of Freedom is available 24/7 on any device!
Learn more about the Important Principles Found in the Constitution!