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About Voices of History

The Bill of Rights Institute consistently provides quality, primary-source based resources to civics educators across the country. Voices of History gives you the opportunity to access 10 of our best curricula, online, anytime, free of charge. Looking for a lesson on the Constitutional Convention? Simply type your terms in the search bar and a plethora of options will appear for you. Need to narrow it down to Thomas Jefferson’s role? You can filter your search by a number of options providing the simplest, most effective way to find exactly what you need with the click of a button.

For more information and to explore the specific resources available, click on the menu button, and be sure to check back often for updates!

Why We Created the Experience

The Bill of Rights Institute recognizes that resources are scarce and your time is exceptionally valuable.

The Bill of Rights Institute recognizes that resources are scarce and your time is exceptionally valuable.

Voices of History is available to you free of charge so that you can concentrate on what really matters – connecting your students to the Founding principles in a meaningful, relevant manner.

As classrooms go digital, we know you need high-quality, primary source based lesson plans accessible 24/7 on any device.

As classrooms go digital, we know you need high-quality, primary source based lesson plans accessible 24/7 on any device.

We have spent countless hours selecting the best books from our repertoire of curricula and optimizing them for digital engagement.

Our lesson plans are aligned to your state and national content standards.

Our lesson plans are aligned to your state and national content standards.

These standards will provide you with the freedom you need to create engaging classroom experiences without worrying about alignment – we’ve done that part for you!

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Like what you see here? Check out the Bill of Rights Institute and our other fantastic resources! Explore our main website, where you’ll find current events, primary source resources, and opportunities for professional development and student engagement. Want to examine a comprehensive digital course in history, government, and economics? Documents of Freedom was designed with you in mind.  Interested in staying up to date on the latest and greatest resources we provide? Be sure to sign up for our newsletters!

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