The James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation offers secondary-level teachers of government and history up to $24,000 to complete a master’s degree in fields related to the U.S. Constitution.
Kendrick Bryan, a social studies teacher at LaRue County High School, has been selected as Kentucky’s 2017 James Madison Fellow by the James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation. The foundation selects one fellow from each state annually. Fellows receive $24,000 to fund graduate education to become outstanding teachers of the United States Constitution at the secondary school level. “I applied for [...]
The University of the Cumberlands is offering a professional learning opportunity for social studies teachers on the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution on Nov. 12 at its Hutton School of Business in Williamsburg. “The Fourteenth Amendment in American History” will focus on the amendment addressing citizenship rights and equal protection of the laws. The registration deadline is Nov. 4. [...]
The story of the relationship between two of America’s Charters of Freedom — the Bill of Rights and the Constitution — is told in “Congress Creates the Bill of Rights,” a free resource for teachers and students consisting of an eBook, a mobile app for tablets and online resources. Each piece provides a distinct way of exploring how the First [...]