• Miami Lakes Middle School Places First in We the People National Invitational

    InvitationalMiami Lakes Middle School Places First in We the People National InvitationalMiami Lakes Middle School placed first in the We the People National Invitational, followed by Fishers Junior High School in second place, and Rachel Carson Middle School in third. The event was livestreamed on our Facebook page. You can find full results on our National Invitational webpage. Congratulations to all competitors!
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  • Denver East Places First in the 2019 We the People National Finals!

    We the People National FinalsDenver East Places First in the 2019 We the People National Finals!
    Colorado's Denver East High School placed first in the 2019 We the People National Finals. Second place went to Amador Valley High School of California, and third place was awarded to Grant High School of Oregon. A complete list of award winners can be found here. You can watch the video of the awards ceremony on the Center's Facebook page. 
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  • Miami Lakes Middle School Featured in Video Profile


    Miami Lakes Middle School Featured in Video Profile  
    Miami Lakes Middle School students are profiled in this video from 7 News WSVN in Miami. The students placed first in the We the People National Invitational, held May 4-6 at the National Conference Center in the Washington, D.C. area. Parent Karina Mahmoodi said, “It was just mind-blowing, and we’re so excited and proud because hard work does pay off.”
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  • Teacher Appreciation Week

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    Thanking Our Teachers during Teacher Appreciation Week  
    In his final book, Stephen Hawking wrote "When each of us thinks about what we can do in life, chances are we can do it because of a teacher." Hawking credited his math teacher, Dikran Tahta, for helping him gain direction and think creatively when he was fourteen. Do you know an inspiring teacher? Thank them this week for the difference they have made in your life!
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  • Educating High-Need Students for Citizenship

    Educating High Needs Students for Citizenship
    Educating High-Need Students for Citizenship  
    In this paper and slideshow, Professor Diana Owen, Maria Gallo, Kathryn Hartzell, and Jenny Lee present the results of the James Madison Legacy Project's professional development, which has reached more than 2,000 teachers and 80,000 students
    nationwide since 2015. Presented at a workshop for the Western Political Science Association conference in San Diego on April 18.

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