A network for Street Law instructors
Welcome to the Street Law Teachers network—a free social network for Street Law teachers, professors, and instructors and educators who teach about the law.
We encourage you to sign up to connect with colleagues and resources and participate in forum discussions and groups.
Our goal is to improve the teaching of civics, law, democracy, and human rights by providing an online space to connect teachers, professors, and instructors; facilitate collaboration; and share resources developed by Street Law and our partners and educators.
Applications are now open for the 2014 Supreme Court Summer Institute for Teachers! For full information and to apply online (under the “Registration Info” tab), go to…Continue
Check out this piece by Debbie Elliott for NPR about how Arkansas may no longer be required to fund the racial integration of schools: …Continue
Hey everyone, I am a first year teaching teaching Street Law. I mainly focused on criminal law for the course and I am coming up on the last two weeks of the semester. I need to give a comprehensive assessment but I can do it in project form. I…Continue
Rep. Mike Honda wrote a Constitution Day op ed in support of civic education and the Sandra Day O'Connor Civic Learning Act.
“Instead of discouraging participation in our democratic processes, we should be encouraging it. And one…Continue