We the People Available on Actively Learn
The We the People: The Citizen the Constitution Level 3 (high school) text is now available on Actively Learn, an interactive literacy platform. We the People on Actively Learn features multiple-choice and short essay exercises, videos, audio narration, custimizable page tools, built-in translation to multiple languages (including Spanish!), support for dyslexic learners, and more. Register for a free lesson today!
Chuck Quigley Writes on Freedom of Expression for The Washington Times
Charles Quigley, the Center’s Executive Director, writes on the importance of teaching freedom of expression in The Washington Time‘s special The President and the Constitution section this month. “The burden of responsibility for the enlightening of our young people regarding the precious rights to freedom of expression they have inherited … lies with the dedicated teachers of our school systems.”
Watch John Kaminski’s Videos to Study for the State Finals
The Ask John Project, sponsored by the Center for the Study of the American Constitution (CSAC) and the Center for Civic Education, is an eight-part video series in which Professor John Kaminski addresses questions submitted by We the People students as they prepare for their 2017–18 We the People state competitions.
We the People State Hearing Questions Available The 2017-18 state-level hearing questions are now available! The questions will be used in statewide high school We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution competitions held across the nation. Winners of the state competitions qualify to compete at the We the People National Finals.