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May 02, 2022 2022-05-02

Digital Learning • Learning Support

US Supreme Court’s Contributions to the Nation’s Constitutional Heritage

In the majesty of its settings and moments of ritual, the US Supreme Court brings its distinctive manner of working in public—by listening to one lawyer at a time and asking tough questions. Its atmosphere mixes informality with dramatic tension. InHeritage, the Supreme Court Historical Society’s new website, offers educational resources on how the court works and landmark cases, such as Brown v. Board of Education (school segregation, equal protection), along with teaching strategies and a glossary of terminology. The site also presents documentaries, such as FDR and the Court-Packing Controversy, with accompanying lesson plans and historical documents for basic high school history and AP US history. Scripts of documentaries are provided for the hearing impaired.

Plus: Street Law helps equip classroom teachers with the strategies, techniques, and materials needed to be effective educators of civics, government, and law. Through teacher professional development programs, Street Law provides instruction about fundamental topics and current issues in government and law. Street Law also offers a deep portfolio of classroom-ready materials, including textbooks, Supreme Court case summaries, mock trials, and other lesson plans.

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