Education.
Empowerment.
Justice.

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Advancing civic and law-related education to
empower all people
to positively transform their world.

Education.
Empowerment.
Justice.

brittney booze 2

Advancing civic and law-related eduction to
empower all people
to positively transform their world.

Education.
Empowerment.
Justice.

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Advancing civic and law-related eduction to
empower all people
to positively transform their world.

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Ashok Regmi, Street Law, Inc. Executive Director

Unveiling Street Law’s Vision 2030

July 18, 2022

Dear Friends of Street Law, For 50 years the Street Law movement has been a story of grit and possibility, a story about building agency among people. However, there is a renewed urgency to our work. Our society is reckoning with crises of inequity, justice, and civic life. It’s reckoning with threats to democracy, and perhaps most alarmingly, with a…

Street Law Launches Statewide Effort to Bring Discussions of Contested Public Issues into Maryland Classroom and Communities

Street Law Brings Discussions of Contested Public Issues into Maryland Classrooms

July 5, 2022

Street Law, Inc. has received a $1.1 million American History and Civics Education Grant from the U.S. Department of Education to increase the discussion of contested and current issues in classrooms and communities across the state of Maryland.

Upcoming Events

Rule of Law for All Teach In

Rule of Law for All Teach-In

September 16, 2022, All Day

On Constitution Day 2022, Street Law will celebrate by hosting a nationwide Rule of Law for All Teach-In.  

Teachers, please join us in increasing understanding of rule of law, emphasizing its importance, and exploring how all people can have a positive impact on creating a rule of law culture. 

Bring SCOTUS into Your Classroom this School Year

2023 Supreme Court Summer Institute

Week 1: June 8 - 13 and Week 2: June 22 - 27

Since 1995, over 1,500 social studies educators from across the country have come together in Washington, DC, for the Supreme Court Summer Institute for Teachers, a six-day teacher professional development program focused on improving teaching about the U.S. Supreme Court.

The Institute is co-sponsored by the Supreme Court Historical Society. The Institute includes sessions led by Supreme Court experts, journalists, authors, and attorneys, who give social studies educators an in-depth understanding of how the Court chooses and decides cases and what it is like to argue before the Court.

In order to advance representation, inclusion, and equity in the legal field, it’s important to support that next generation of legal professionals. Street Law is a program that helps us to recognize that investment in the future.”
Halimah DeLaine Prado
Google General Counsel