After three days of simulated congressional hearings on the U.S. Constitution in Washington, D.C., Brown County Junior High of Nashville, Indiana, won first place in Inaugural We the People National Invitational. Inza R. Wood Middle School of Wilsonville, Oregon, placed second and Miami Lakes Middle School of Miami Lakes, Florida, finished third. Results are posted here; find photos on our Facebook page!
After three days of simulated congressional hearings on the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights, Grant High School of Portland, Oregon, won first place in the the 26th Annual We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution National Finals. Amador Valley High School of Pleasanton, California, placed second and Denver East High School of Denver, Colorado, finished third.
The top-ten classes advancing to the championship round of the 26th Annual We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution National Finals have been announced. These classes are competing for first place on Monday, April 29, in congressional hearing rooms on Capitol Hill.
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