Our Classroom exchanges teach the habits of civil dialogue by pairing classrooms across the country for conversations about constitutional issues moderated by judges and master teachers.
Throughout the school year, teachers can register their classes to discuss a big constitutional question with a classroom elsewhere in the United States. The Center will host these dialogues by pairing classrooms, connecting them with a trained moderator, and setting up videoconferencing sessions.
As you read, interpret, and cite the documents in the Interactive Constitution, it’s important to think about how the Constitution defines or limits the power of the government. That’s how constitutional scholars and judges read, interpret, and cite the Constitution.
Register your class to discuss a big constitutional question with a classroom elsewhere in the United States. The National Constitution Center will pair you with another classroom, connect you to an expert moderator, and help set up videoconferencing sessions.Get Started