We know you’ve been working hard all summer to prepare for the fall semester. Our team has been hard at work, too. To help you get started this fall, we’ve put together a collection of our latest resources to help you in your classroom.
- The 100th anniversary of the ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment will take place in August of 2020. Now is the perfect time to explore our Votes for Women curriculum and its rich narratives, primary sources, and classroom-ready lessons designed to guide students through the movement to win women the right to vote and challenge them to work to advance freedom and equality in their own communities.
- This summer has been full of news stories on a variety of topics ranging from gun control to due process for immigrants to the Democratic primary debates. Our current events page makes it easy for you to stay updated on the news while finding BRI material related to the story. Learn how to easily navigate this great resource with this how-to video!
- BRI is excited to be releasing a new Homework Help series to our YouTube platform this fall. These videos will analyze landmark Supreme Court cases like Tinker v. Des Moines, Roe v. Wade, and more! Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel in order to receive an immediate update when each video is published.
- Help your students model good citizenship with this eLesson!
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