We the Future Contest

K-12 teachers and students are invited to enter Constituting America’s We the Future Contest! Teachers may submit a U.S. Constitution lesson plan and win $2,000. High school students may choose to enter an essay, song, PSA, short film, or conduct a STEM project and win $1,000. Middle school students may submit an essay, STEM project, Read More ⟶

Fall Student Programs For Grades K-12

Join the National Archives online for interactive learning programs in partnership with the Presidential Primary Sources Project. Find full program descriptions and sign up for programs for students in grades K-12. Programs will take place at 2 p.m. ET unless otherwise noted. September 8, Understanding the Great Depression, Grades 7-12 September 10, Laura Ingalls Wilder Read More ⟶

Summer Student Programs For Grades K-12

Join the National Archives online for interactive learning programs in partnership with the Presidential Primary Sources Project. Sign up here for summer programs for students and families. Programs will take place at 2 p.m. ET unless otherwise noted. July 28, Documents & Artifacts from the Reagan Library, Grades 3-6 July 30, Rock-n-Roll at Bush 41, Read More ⟶

Free History Camp for Elementary School Students

The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History is pleased to offer a free online History Camp this summer for elementary school students. Each class — led by National History Teacher of the Year Mary Huffman and geared toward upper elementary students — will provide children and their families with an immersive, entertaining, and hands-on opportunity Read More ⟶