• Thurgood

    Thurgood Marshall, the nation’s first African American Supreme Court justice, is portrayed by actor Laurence Fishburne in this film production of the award-winning play about  the life of the civil rights legend. 
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  • Online Constitution Course

    Explore the Constitution and the Bill of Rights through our free online course. The journey begins with the origin of our founding document, examines how it has changed over the years and discusses the Supreme Court cases that show how the Framers' ideas have fared in modern times.  A study guide will be available for teachers and students.
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  • Annenberg Classroom's That's Your Right Game
    That's Your Right!

    An exciting new digital card game that helps students learn about their rights under the Bill of Rights.

    Challenge your classmates to a game with our new multiplayer option!
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  • A Guide to Our Resources

    Match our award-winning videos and games to your excellent teaching! You can also download a brochure that makes it easy to find all our multimedia resources on the Constitution.
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  • Constitution Day

    Celebrate the signing of our nation's founding document with our latest classroom resources for teaching about the Constitution! Check out a new Bill of Rights game, Bill of Rights documentaries, invite a political scientist to speak in your classroom.
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  • Speak Out!

    Students! Make your voice heard in online discussions of current events. Go to the Speak Outs section of Annenberg Classroom and find a new article each week to comment on. At the end of each semester, the top two comments will receive an iPod Touch or iPod Nano.
                                                           

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Should environmental impact be considered in federal nutrition policy?

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What role does Congress hold in international affairs?

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Are new drug combinations for lethal injections constitutional?

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Selma at 50: How do we become a more representative democracy?

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Is a state law banning judges from asking for campaign donations unconstitutional?

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Are laws banning an inflatable rat during pickets unconstitutional?

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The Federal Budget: What should be the priorities?

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Do states have the right to enact their own immigration laws?

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How should public schools handle distribution of religious materials?

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Should the EPA consider compliance costs when drafting regulations?

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