Constitutional Thinking for Young Learners

April 12th, 2011 by

As shown in our online store screenshot, our resources are intended for secondary students and teachers. I’m so excited that we are just weeks away from the release of our new curriculum, The Founding Documents: A Three-Act Drama, which is tailor-made for fourth through sixth graders. It is a fun, full-color magazine-style activity booklet that Read more…

Leaving Home, Leaving History: The Need to Engage Young People Before They Enter College

April 5th, 2011 by

Educating young people about the Constitution seems, to some skeptics, a waste of time in an age fraught with urgent, pressing issues.  Every day is an apocalypse, according to some political pundits, so why bother with students who won’t be taking positions of influence for years to come? New evidence indicates that there’s no better Read more…

Daily News Headlines: Should members of the military be allowed to drink at 18?

April 4th, 2011 by

Here’s some good food for thought this week: should the drinking age be lower for our troops? In Alaska, one state representative is reviving the drinking age debate. The argument supporting the change in law is that if a citizen is old enough to die for his or her country, he or she ought to Read more…