Learning Law & Democracy designs and administers a variety of event for educators who teach civics and government in the classroom -and their students.
Minnesota We the People Competition and Showcase December 11, 2015, Minnesota Judicial Center, St. Paul, Minnesota More information
A collection of lessons and supporting materials to teach Magna Carta! Take time this Constitution Day, September 17, to highlight enduring themes of liberty, freedom, Read More
Get Updated Before School Starts! 9:00-3:00 Room 230 Minnesota Judicial Center St. Paul, Minnesota AGENDA It is a great year for interesting Supreme Court cases! Read More
August 3, 9:00 am (8:30 registration) -3:15 pm followed by a wine and beer reception hosted by Read More
Project Citizen Professional Development Workshop Tuesday, June 30, 2015 9:00-3:00 Mounds View Education Association 900 Long Lake Road, Suite 110 New Brighton, MN Read More
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2013 Theme: Realizing the Dream: Equality for All. Submission: Students should create an art piece that can be represented in two dimensions (including, but not limited to, drawings, Read More
Congress in the Classroom is a national, award-winning education program developed and sponsored by The Dirksen Congressional Center, the workshop is dedicated to the exchange Read More
Grants available for middle and high school teachers to attend Political Science workshop, application deadline January 15, 2013
This initiative is sponsored by the Workshop on the Scientific Study of Politics at the Department of Political Science at Texas A&M University, Midwest Political Read More
Based on the curriculum for the PBS documentary, Slavery by Another Name, learn best practices for using storytelling, including digital storytelling, as an effective teaching tool Read More
Street Law, Inc. is now accepting online applications for the 2012 Supreme Court Summer Institute for Teachers. The application deadline is March 12, 2012. http://www.streetlaw.org/en/Article.266.aspx
http://www.flackcheck.org/ FlackCheck.org will use humor to track the media and political adds, pointing out deceptions and spin. Brought to you by FactCheck.org from the University of Read More