• Summer Games

    Have fun this summer with our civics games! From drafting your own Constitution to gathering facts for a Supreme Court case, our interactive games help teach the Constitution and the Bill of Rights in engaging and visible ways.
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  • Summer Study: Teaching the Constitution

    In the summer calm, use this guide to match our award-winning videos and games to your excellent teaching!
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  • The Annenberg Guide


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  • Key Constitutional Concepts

    This three-part documentary tells the story of the Constitution's creation and explores the protection of individuals’ rights as well as the system of checks and balances. Each segment (20 minutes) is accompanied by a lesson guide that can be downloaded for classroom use.
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  • Justice Learning: Issues
    Issues Pages

    Each issues page has interactive and pdf timelines and a number of links to related resources in our award-winning Constitution curriculum.
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  • Speak Out Comments Contest: free ipod
    Student Voices iPod Giveaway Winners!

    Congratulations to the two winners of our iPod Giveaway. Read their winning entries and the Speak Outs that they commented on. Thanks to all the students who participated.

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  • Student Voices - Weekly Podcast
    Podcasts

    A podcast from Student Voices digests civics-related news and explores selected  issues in-depth. It also may spotlight the best comments from our student discussion pages.
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Should students and faculty be allowed to carry guns on college campuses?

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Should schools be prohibited from teaching about homosexuality?

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Should cities prepare for climate change?

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What should be the priority of U.S. space policy?

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How should the constitutional rights of prisoners be protected?

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Is zero tolerance the right approach to school discipline?

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Does the Supreme Court's ruling on a warrantless search undermine the Fourth Amendment?

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Should the government sell its property to reduce debt?

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Is the United States ready to move from border security to immigration reform?

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How should the government fight painkiller abuse?

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