Educational Partners

The Missouri Bar Citizenship Education Program is part of a national network of civic education programs and law-related education programs. In addition, The Missouri Bar Advisory Committee on Citizenship Education partners with various civic education programs around the state. All of these organizations have websites that can be beneficial to teachers, their students and the general public.

National Partners

American Bar Association
Lesson plans, curriculum materials and Law Day activities.

Bill of Rights Institute
Lesson plans, curriculum materials, activities relating current events to the Constitution.

The Center for Civic Education
Lesson plans, curriculum materials including We the People and the Constitution, great Constitution resources.

The Constitutional Rights FoundationChicago
Lesson plans, curriculum materials, great Constitution resources, great historical resources.

The Constitutional Rights Foundation
Lesson plans, curriculum materials, great Constitution resources, great historical resources.

Deliberating in a Democracy
Lesson plans and resources for teaching about current issues

iCivics
Interactive resources for students for all three branches of government, lesson plans.

National Council for Social Studies
Lesson plans, curriculum materials, great Constitution resources, great historical resources.

Streetlaw (Landmark Cases)
Outstanding resource for teaching landmark United States Supreme Court cases for Grades 4-12.

United States Federal Courts
Lesson plans, scripted role plays, great Constitution resources.

State Partners

4-H of Missouri

Columbia College

HEC-TV

Missouri National Education Association (MNEA)

The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education  (including the FCCLA)

Missouri School Boards Association

The Missouri Secretary of State’s Office

United States District Courts 

University of Missouri School of Law

Missouri YMCA Youth in Government 

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