Online Resources for Constitution Day

Though it was not to take effect until ratification by the states, the United States Constitution — the foundational document of the modern U.S. government — was signed by delegates of the Constitutional Congress on September 17, 1787. Traditionally, the unofficial holiday called Citizenship Day was celebrated on that day each year. In 2004, it became a federal observance: Constitution Day.

Educators looking to build learning about this important cultural, historical, and legal document have a number of resources at their disposal, even while teaching remotely.

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