The Bill of Rights in Your Life
Resources for Classrooms, Courtrooms, and the Curious
Bill of Rights Day is celebrated on December 15. The Federal Courts offer new resources every year that are ready for immediate courtroom and classroom use by judges, teachers, and students. They are meant to inform, involve and inspire citizens to appreciate and exercise the Bill of Rights in their life.
Students Sound Off About the Bill of Rights
Students from Miami University of Ohio choose a right that is important to them and explain the impact it has on their lives. Watch video
What Do You Know...About Your Bill of Rights?
Learn: Facts in a Flash About the U.S. Constitution
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Test Yourself for Fun
For Teachers: Quiz - Bill of Rights Bowl
Teens Who Went to Court for Your Rights
Young people in school, on sports teams, in a journalism class, giving a speech, even students who were suspended from school – and many others – have asserted their rights all the way to the Supreme Court of the United States. Would you take the initiative to get this involved?