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EducationNext: Can a Redesigned AP Government Course Get Schools Back Into the Civic Education Game?

The College Board has enlisted the National Constitution Center to prepare articles for students showing both sides of controversial Supreme Court cases.

December 1, 2016

Politifact: New York City mayor says president can’t defund sanctuary cities ‘across the board’

Lana Ulrich, associate in-house counsel at the National Constitution Center, comments a constitutional aspect of the debate over funding sanctuary cities.

December 1, 2016

Constitution Daily mention on SCOTUSblog, 12/1/2016

On SCOTUSBLOG: At Constitution Daily, Scott Bomboy looks at the Supreme Court cases establishing that flag-burning is protected under the First Amendment, noting that the “decisions remain controversial to the present day,” but that for “the incoming President Trump, the only likely option short of a constitutional amendment would be a change of heart at the Supreme Court.”

December 1, 2016

EducationNext: Can a Redesigned AP Government Course Get Schools Back Into the Civic Education Game?

The College Board has enlisted the National Constitution Center to prepare articles for students showing both sides of controversial Supreme Court cases.

December 1, 2016

USA TODAY: Trump unlikely to sway Supreme Court on flag burning

In USA TODAY, Jeffrey Rosen, president of the nonpartisan National Constitution Center, says flag-burning decisions are "entrenched as part of our First Amendment tradition."

November 30, 2016

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