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Interactive Constitution to Be Used in AP Curricula

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A new "interactive" version of the U.S. Constitution will be made available to teachers and students as a feature of the curricular materials for Advanced Placement classes.

The multimillion-dollar tool, which allows users to explore constitutional debates through the eyes of legal scholars with a wide range of political perspectives, is a project of the National Constitution Center.

The College Board has crafted lesson plans using the Interactive Constitution for its AP government and politics courses. A module for AP U.S. History is under development. Students can use the interactive tools to read and analyze founding documents and link directly to an AP theme or learning goal.

Vol. 35, Issue 05, Page 4

Published in Print: September 23, 2015, as Interactive Constitution to Be Used in AP Curricula
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