The National Archives is taking applications for the Civics for All of US distance learning program.
Multiple options are available for groups of 10 or more students in K-12, free of charge. Each program is led by an educator at National Archives sites, the federal Center for Legislative Archives and presidential libraries across the country.
The current set of programs runs through Dec. 16, and anyone interested in signing up should use the scheduling tools included in the provided links for the specific programs:
- The Constitution Rules!: Grades K-2
- Make Your Voice Count: Learning About the First Amendment: Grades K-2
- The Constitution and Our Community: Grades 3-5
- The First Amendment: Five Rights in One!: Grades 3-5
- Voting Rights, the Constitution & Representative Government: Grades 6-8
- No Conscription Without Representation: Voting Rights and the Constitution: Grades 9-12
- The Bill of Rights Protects You: Grades 6-12
The educator who registered for the program or another educator from the same school should be present during the program to observe the session and support classroom management.
Registration for programs next year will open Jan. 9.