Congratulations to you and your class for representing your state
at the 2011 We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution
National Finals!

Dear Teachers:

On behalf of the Center for Civic Education, I want to personally congratulate you and your students for representing your state at the 2011 We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution National Finals. We at the Center all appreciate your hard work and dedication to teaching about the Constitution and Bill of Rights. The civic knowledge, skills, and dispositions exhibited by your students is directly influenced by your teaching. Because of your leadership, your students will come to Washington, D.C., for the national finals prepared to demonstrate during the hearings their knowledge, understanding, and application of constitutional principles and ideas.

As a consequence of your involvement in the We the People program, your students have become more enlightened citizens ready to tackle the difficult political, social, and economic issues we all face as Americans. Good luck to you and your class!


Robert S. Leming, Director
We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution
Center for Civic Education

Forms for Teachers Executive Power and the Constitution
National Finals Class Roster
Model Release [Under 18] [18 and Over]
T-Shirt Order Forms

Reagan and Executive Power Question
Reagan and Executive Power Lesson 
Reagan and Executive Power Website Coming Soon!

Competition Information

Hearing Questions
Rules of Competition
Scoring Criteria
Scoring Guide
Tips for Teachers
Hearing Score Sheet
Hearing Schedule
Division List  
Class Meetings with U.S. Senators,
U.S. Representatives,
and U.S. Supreme Court Justices

Letter to Teachers
List of Scheduled Meetings Coming Soon!

Monday Competition Schedule

Monday Schedule Coming Soon!

Teachers' FAQ

Who handles the students' travel?
WorldStrides handles the students' travel to the national finals. Your state coordinator will provide you with a package from WorldStrides after winning the state competition.

When will the competition scores be available?
Scores will be emailed to teachers before Wednesday, May 11, 2011.


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