We the People: The Citizen & The Constitution Available in Hardcover

Aug 20, 2018 / E-news

We the People: The Citizen & The Constitution is now available in a durable, high-quality hardcover version for middle and high school teachers and students! Both the student text and their accompanying teacher’s guides are available on the Center for Civic Education’s online store.
The We the People text for middle and high school levels examine the philosophical foundation of American democracy, the rights and responsibilities of citizenship, and how students can participate and influence civic affairs. The books are aligned with state standards, providing the intellectual tools that students need to become informed and engaged citizens through in-depth study of the Constitution.
A free, easy-to-access resource center also accompanies the textbooks, offering a variety of tools that are organized according by lesson and unit. Go to www.civiced.org/resourcecenter for more.
Check out the hardcover books here!

We the People: The Citizen & The Constitution is now available in a durable, high-quality hardcover edition for middle and high school teachers and students! Both the student text (Level 2 and Level 3) and their accompanying teacher’s guides (Level 2 and Level 3) are available on the Center for Civic Education’s online store.

The We the People texts for middle and high school levels examine the philosophical foundation of American democracy, the rights and responsibilities of citizenship, and how students can participate and influence civic affairs. The books are aligned with state standards, providing the intellectual tools that students need to become informed and engaged citizens through in-depth study of the Constitution.

A free, easy-to-access resource center also accompanies the textbooks, offering a variety of tools that are organized according by lesson and unit. Go to www.civiced.org/resourcecenter for more.

Check out the hardcover books here!

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