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The National Constitution Center is a one-stop civic education headquarters and Philadelphia’s premier field trip destination. The museum brings the story of “We the People” to life for students through a hands-on museum experience and innovative tools for teaching the Constitution in your classroom.
All Americans need to have the civic knowledge, skills, and dispositions necessary to participate in, preserve, and strengthen our republic. By promoting high-quality civic learning, America can live up to the ideal of a government of the people, by the people, and for the people.
Whether planning a field trip, looking for innovative ways to enhance classroom instruction or seeking a deeper understanding of American history and active citizenship, the National Constitution Center is an educator's ultimate civic learning resource.
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