Learn practical steps for educators interested in advocacy at different levels of governance. View excerpts of videotaped interviews with advocacy experts. Develop future plans to engage in education advocacy.
Discover how ELL students share their immigrant stories with U.S. History students. Through innovative technology, students write about their journey to America. Projects are then shared and applied in U.S. History.
Explore the concept of Eco-Activism with students and learn how to propose legislation to local government. Identify the correct organizations that can collaborate with your students to promote eco-activism.
Grapple with the complexities of the 14th Amendment's promise of Equal Protection in modeled activities exploring the history, changing interpretations, and modern debates pertaining to this pivotal constitutional provision.
Discover the origins and global context of the Bill of Rights. Two online interactive resources will empower teachers and their students to critically analyze constitutional rights through primary-source analysis.