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I cannot say how much I appreciate your thorough research, your efforts to give all sides of issues accurately, and your efforts to make what you offer relevant.- Ann H., El Paso, TX


CRF provides classroom teachers and students with high-quality content and thought-provoking questioning strategies to promote critical-thinking development, open discussion of issues, and interactive activities to heighten learning. When addressing controversial contemporary or historical issues, we strive to provide a balanced presentation and multiple perspectives. Most of our lessons directly address national and state standards, and additionally we are aligning to the Common Core State Standards in English Language Arts & Literacy in History/Social-Sciences.


Challenge of DemocracyThe Challenge of Democracy PD  (March 28, 2019 / 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.)

Join us at this free professional development session to get a first look at our new lessons from our Challenge of Democracy series. Teacher leaders will lead this PD and will show you lessons that use CRF’s Civil Conversation discussion strategy and a role play/simulation activity. The Challenge of Democracy series focuses on issues of Governance, Diversity, Violence, and Information.

Teachers who attend the PD will receive a $75 stipend and dinner will be provided!

The PD will be held at Constitutional Rights Foundation, 601 South Kingsley Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90005

Register now!!



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Law and Protection, Winter 2019 (34:2)


U.S. Government/Current Issues: Journalism Under Siege


U.S. History: The Fugitive Slave Law of 1850


World History: Islamic Science in the Middle Ages


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CAP is a different kind of civics and government course. Think of it as a culmination of what students learn through the course of their social studies education, a chance to apply what they have learned in the real world experience of taking civic action. Learn more about CAP.

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Educating About Immigration is a new web site devoted to issues of immigration for the classroom from CRF!

Educating About Intellectual Property CRF and Street Law, Inc. are collaborating on an exciting new web resource on intellectual property.

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Criminal Justice in America The best introductory text on the criminal justice system.

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