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Purdue Libraries Civics Education: Civics Curriculum Resources

This guide provides information on the U.S. Government and Constitution and seeks to provide information for users on how the U.S. Government and Constitution are structured and how individuals can successfully participate in the American governmental pro

Civics Curriculum Resources

The following Hillsdale College courses are FREE and provide detailed information on the U.S. Constitution's history and evolution as well as the successes and failures of various branches of the U.S. Government.  Registration required!

Introduction to the Constitution  12 Lessons

Constitution 101: The Meaning & History of the Constitution

Constitution 201:  The Progressive Rejection of the Founding and the Rise of Bureaucratic Despotism 9 Lessons

The Presidency and the Constitution

The Federalist Papers

Public Policy from a Constitutional Viewpoint 12 Lessons

U.S. Supreme Court 10 Lessons

Congress:  How it Worked and Why It Doesn't

 

Center for Civic Education (Nonpartisan organization seeking to promote civic education within the U.S. Funded by the U.S. Department of Education)

Facing History and Ourselves  Nonprofit educational and professional development organization seeking to promote development of a more humane and informed citizenry.

U.S. National Archives Civic Education (Resource promoting civics education by using resources in the National Archives collections)

 

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