We the People: The Citizen & the Constitution
Founded and designed by The Center for Civic Education, We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution is an active learning curriculum designed to foster deeper understanding of the U.S. Constitution, Bill of Rights, and the institutions of government. The culminating activity is a simulated congressional hearing in which students testify before a panel, answering questions that demonstrate their knowledge and confidence.
Ways We the People can work for you and your students:
- Inquiry-based constitutional curriculum for Upper Elementary – High School
- Civics That Empowers All Students Professional Development
- Upper Elementary hearings and showcases
- Middle School hearings and showcases
- High School hearings and showcases
- High School hearings competition
To inquire about these or other ways CLP can support We the People in your school or classroom, contact Beth Cook.
To order We the People textbooks at Elementary, Middle School, or High School levels, or to subscribe to the online We the People Text, visit the Center for Civic Education.
For additional resources, we recommend the Center for Civic Education, founder of the program.