"The John Templeton Foundation funded the National Constitution Center's Interactive Constitution, where scholars from the conservative Federalist Society and the progressive American Constitution Society analyze where they agree and disagree in their interpretation of every Constitutional clause."
"The latest collaboration with educators will help the Center enhance its existing collection of free classroom materials and instruction with additional videos, lesson plans, games, civil dialogue toolkits and other multimedia teaching tools."
Created in partnership with former Philadelphia police commissioner Charles Ramsey, the Philadelphia Police Department, and the Constitution Center, the program is designed to give police officer recruits a historical understanding of the constitutional rights and restrictions that are defined in the Bill of Rights.
The high school in Philadelphia with nearly 400 students has a partnership between the District, The National Constitution Center, Ballard Spahr LLP, and the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History.
More than 400 middle and high school students from across the city presented projects focused on “Triumph and Tragedy in History” during the National History Day Philadelphia, a citywide competition held at the National Constitution Center this week.
Scott Bomboy, editor in chief of the National Constitution Center: "Even for the most 'fixed star' among Supreme Court decisions, the question over the Pledge of Allegiance is not entirely settled today, at least in Florida."