Constitution Day is a website dedicated to celebrating the ratification of the United States Constitution.
ConstitutionFacts.com allows you to view the entire text of the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, the Declaration of Independence and more. You will find interesting insights about the documents and the men who wrote them.
Constitution Day resources from the Library of Congress.
Available from iTunes and U.S. National Archives and Records Administration:
You will learn about the Constitutional Convention; drafting and ratifying the Constitution; the Bill of Rights; our three branches of government and the roles of the legislative, executive, and judicial branches; as well as: the Census, Senators' pay, patents, the school lunch program, voting rights, child labor, the Electoral College system, declaration of war, Japanese-American internment, the Watergate investigation, school integration, violence toward civil rights activists, religion and the presidency, court packing, military tribunals, the right to a fair trial, unreasonable searches and seizures, "separate but equal" laws, free speech during wartime, and religion in schools.
Constitution Day This website, CivicsRenewalNetwork.org, is a project of the Leonore Annenberg Institute for Civics at the Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania. Throughout this site it offer links to the websites of their partners, a group of nonprofit, nonpartisan organizations with which they have formed the Civics Renewal Network for educational purposes.