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.
What is a Teach-In?
Teach-ins are focused forums on complicated, often political topics, with implications for the present day. They are practical, participatory, and focused on action. This event will be the same, with adaptable suggestions for teachers and students to implement their own schoolwide or class teach-in event.
Ways to Participate
Teach one of Street Law’s new Rule of Law for All lessons to your class on Friday, September 16. Then, tell us how it went via social media.
Participate in one of Street Law’s live-hosted events on Friday, September 16, which include:
Rule of Law Social Media Chat – Tune in to Street Law’s Twitter and Instagram pages to participate in a day-long chat, with interactive questions and conversation about rule of law.
Rule of Law Student Reflection – Ask students to fill out a short form where they can reflect on the meaning of rule of law, how it influences their lives, and what can be done to strengthen rule of law in the United States. Some student responses may be anonymously shared on Street Law’s social media throughout the day. Students can also choose to send their responses to their teacher’s email address if desired.
Interested in participating? Follow these simple steps:
Sign up! Commit to participating in the Teach-in by completing this brief form. (Please note that thanks to an enthusiastic response, the Teach-in Kits for the first 75 participants have all been claimed.)
These activities are a part of Street Law’s Rule of Law for All project, generously funded by the 2021 Leonore Annenberg Institute for Civics Award granted by the Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania.