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3 Sep 2020 9:20 AM | TXCSS President

Free 2020 live interactive classroom web series

Presidential Primary Sources Project


September-October 2020

Sign up for the 2020 PPSP Fall Program Today 

In partnership with the U.S. National Archives, the Presidential Primary Sources Project is hosting a summer and fall distance learning series from September--October 2020.

Register now for any or all of these upcoming distance learning programs that are available for educators, students, and families:

The series offers free online interactive programs with educators from the National Archives and Presidential Libraries for students grades 2-12. Individual students and families can log in using the link that will be provided following registration.

Upcoming Fall Student Programs:

·       September 8, Understanding the Great Depression, Grades 7-12

·       September 10, Laura Ingalls Wilder at the Hoover Library, Grades 3-8

·       September 14, 16, or 18, “George to George”: Examples of the Constitution from George Washington to George Bush, Grades 4-8 (11am ET)

·       September 15, Camp David & Beyond: The Middle East Peace Process from Carter to Clinton, Grades 9-12

·       September 17 – Constitution Day, The Charters of Freedom: Building a More Perfect Union, Grades 3-6

·       September 24, Growing Up an Eisenhower, Grades K-5

·       September 29, Understanding Tribal Sovereignty, Native Lands, and the Importance of Repatriation, Grades 7-12

·       October 1, Georgia on my Mind: President Carter

·       October 6, Tinker v. Des Moines: Constitutional Rights at School, with Mary Beth Tinker, Grades 7-12

·       October 8, Red Scare, Spies Among Us?, Grades 7-12

·       October 13, Bootleggers, Flappers, and Gangsters – Prohibition, The Noble Experiment, Grades 6-12

·       October 15, Use it Up! Sacrifices on the WWII Home Front, Grades 6-8

·       October 22, Chemistry Roadshow, Grades 3-8 (11am ET)

·       October 27, Truman’s Life Through Objects, Grades 3-8

·       October 29, Attic Artifacts, Grades 4-8

Read the latest blog post for more information about the summer and fall distance learning series.


Decoding the Declaration

Presented by the National Archives in Washington, DC students from across the country participated to learn how to analyze the Declaration of Independence through different lenses, examining it as an artifact, as a primary source, and as a persuasive text.



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