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The national sponsor of the We the People Program. Information about all Center for Civic Education programs including research results, contact people in all states, lesson plans, civic education links and much more.
This site, the first stand-alone site specifically for kids, provides information about Arizona laws in an easy to understand format. Also information for parents and teachers. A must see.
Developed to increase awareness and understanding of the US Constitution. Great links to the Constitution, teacher resources, kids corner and more. Links to other related sites.
We don't endorse the author's beliefs, but there is a very extensive list of links. Lots of original documents.
Links to databases, Supreme Court Cases, legal organizations, references, etc.
Post's coverage of the nation's highest court.
NCCS is a nonprofit educational foundation created to teach the US Constitution. Contains publications, videos, and questions.
John Locke's Second Treatise of Government, Blackstone's Commentaries of the Laws of England, The Federalist Papers, Washington's Farewell Address and a Guide to the Declaration of Independence are available.
Just about everything you want to know about George Washington. Send electronic postcards, see his will, etc.
Beginning in 1998, a group of teachers met with scholars and practitioners to discuss the American jury system and its role in American legal, social, and political life. Together, they focused on the jury's origins and history, how it has adapted to changes in American law and society, its strengths and limitations and its role in protecting the people from abuses of government. This web site is a culmination of this project.
Street Law is practical, participatory education about law, democracy and human rights. Through its philosophy and programs, Street Law empowers people to transform democratic ideals into citizen action.
The entire text of the US Constitution, the Bill of Rights and the Declaration of Independence plus interesting insights into the men who wrote the Constitution, how it was created, and how the Supreme Court has interpreted the Constitution in the two centuries since its creation.
A site developed by students to direct other students to important aspects of the US Constitution.
Download each section of the US Constitution. Downloaded documents also contain explanation and analysis of the section. Provided by the US Senate.
From Emory Law School in Atlanta, GA. Great for finding information in a hurry.
Lots of historical information and painting depicting the scenes of the Constitutional Convention. From the National Archives.
An extensive listing of Constitution resources and a particularly useful FAQ section of almost 100 FAQ'z. Also has downloadable images of the original Constitution.
A web site of Civitas International has links to resources for teachers.
The ultimate source of original documents on the Constitution.
From the Liberty and Limits from PBS in 1997.