The curated resources linked below are an initial sample of the resources coming from a collaborative and rigorous review process with the EAD Content Curation Task Force.
As a highly-structured model for conversation, Deliberations allow teachers to help students cooperatively discuss contested political issues by carefully considering multiple perspectives and searching for consensus. This Deliberation focuses on the health of the United States’ democracy.
Street Law Inc.
This lesson plan will help students grasp the goals of the federal government as stated in the preamble to the constitution through small group exercises and concluding with a presentation to their classmates.
Emerging America - Collaborative for Educational Services
Decades before Barack Obama built a multiracial coalition and Hillary Clinton became the first woman to win a major-party presidential nomination, Shirley Chisholm launched a historic campaign. This Learning Resource, exploring Chisholm’s legacy and lessons for candidates today, is a collaboration between The Washington Post’s “Made by History,” the Made by U.S. coalition, and New American History.