Free to teachers
lessons and activities
Integrates into core courses
Constitutional Rights Foundation (CRF) provides academic, non-partisan programs and curricula that increase civic knowledge, skills, and dispositions using research-based methodologies including content about government and policy, student-directed discussion, and authentic civic engagement. Some state or local laws impose specific requirements on certain subject matters or manners of instruction, including those involving civic engagement or policy advocacy. It is the responsibility of teachers, administrators, and school districts to determine how, if at all, state and local laws may affect the use of CRF materials or resources.
Mia and Brooke, testified in front of the Colorado House Education Committee about the urgent need to decrease the cost of higher education in Colorado. A state senator invited them to draft a bill with him to lower the cost of higher education in Colorado. In January, they hoping to again go before the legislature to support their very own bill!
It’s important to be involved in government because if nobody speaks up, the voice of the common citizen will be lost among the powerful and financially motivated voices.
—Mia and Brook, Silver Creek HS
Sari Kaufman, Class of 2020, MSD High School, Parkland, FL
Casey Sherman, MSD HS Class of 2019, Freshman at Duke University
EtP and the CAP Youth Board are planning special events, providing help on the discussion board, and more!