National Invitational 2015

Constitutional Learning Beyond the Classroom Walls!

The final round of competition was held Monday in the We the People National Invitational in Fair Oaks, Virginia. In the middle school competition, Rachel Carson Middle School of Virginia placed first, Brown County Junior High School of Indiana finished second, and Inza R. Wood Middle School of Oregon was third. Unit 1 from Wauwatosa East High School won the High School Unit Award. Congratulations to all competitors!  

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