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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.

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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.

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Webinar Series: Teaching About Policing and the Rule of Law

Posted by Megan Hanson on May 12, 2015 at 7:57am 0 Comments

The recent events in Baltimore, Ferguson, and other communities have sparked urgent local and national conversations about law and justice. Teachers, join us for a…

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Same-sex marriage cases: a Webinar

Posted by Megan Hanson on April 2, 2015 at 8:00am 0 Comments

Join Street Law staff and a guest legal expert for an hour-long session exploring the same-sex marriage cases the Supreme…

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Ninth Circuit Court Learning Center Hiring a Public Education Professional

Posted by Megan Hanson on April 1, 2015 at 9:11am 0 Comments

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals is hiring for a new Public Education & Community Outreach Administrator for their Anthony M. Kennedy Library and Learning Center. Deadline is April 9.…

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New Religious Freedom Laws

Posted by Megan Hanson on April 1, 2015 at 9:08am 0 Comments

Are you discussing the controversy over Indiana's and Arkansas's new Religious Freedom law in class? This…

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Latest Activity

William Chenausky replied to Colin Haller's discussion Resources and lessons for contracts and/or consumer fraud? in the group Law and Legal Systems Teachers
"It may be late, but here you go."
May 16
Dave Allen is now a member of Street Law Teachers
May 15
Bob Wilson commented on Michael Allard's blog post Buffer Zones
"The article you included headlining Scalia states that point of the case is whether “protesters had the right to get right up into a woman's grill and block her free passageway.”   First, the case had nothing to do with…"
May 13
Brian Krey is now a member of Street Law Teachers
May 12
Megan Hanson posted a blog post

Webinar Series: Teaching About Policing and the Rule of Law

The recent events in Baltimore, Ferguson, and other communities have sparked urgent local and national conversations about law and justice. Teachers, join us for a webinar series that will help you engage your students in these important conversations.Each one-hour session will include information about the law, classroom-ready lessons, and…See More
May 12
Megan Hanson commented on Megan Hanson's group Law and Legal Systems Teachers
"Dennis Henderson has been kind enough to share a video of his middle school students in Pittsburgh performing a mock trial. Thanks, Dennis! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_4pUs8rYsHQ&feature=youtu.be"
May 11
Megan Hanson posted a video

MACS Mock Trial 15

This video is a few highlights from the MACS Middle School 2015 Mock Trial.
May 11
Megan Hanson's video was featured

MACS Mock Trial 15

This video is a few highlights from the MACS Middle School 2015 Mock Trial.
May 11

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Brown vs. board of education

Started by Kiril Reznikovsky in 2011 SCSI Dec 4, 2014. 0 Replies

Interesting Articles

Started by Michael Allard in 2011 SCSI Jun 1, 2014. 0 Replies

missing workbook

Started by Colin Haller in 2011 SCSI. Last reply by Charlotte Friar Aug 29, 2013. 1 Reply

Classroom resources

Started by Laurie Hughes in 2011 SCSI Jul 8, 2013. 0 Replies

 
 
 

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