Constitution Day

In 2005, the U.S. Congress passed a law requiring all educational institutions, who receive federal funds, to present programs celebrating September 17 as Constitution Day. Teachers can find a number of lessons and other resources on line at the Constitution Center’s web site. Look on the left of the home page for Constitution Day.

Constitution Day September 17, 2022

The Constitution Explained” video series debuts September 9

iCivics and the Center for Civic Education have partnered to create a new video series explaining basic facts about the U.S. Constitution in everyday language. The series is scheduled to launch on Friday, September 9, in time for Constitution Day and Citizenship Week, September 17–23. “The Constitution Explained” is a collection of brief, two- to three-minute videos that explore key concepts of the U.S. Constitution and explain how the American system of government has changed since the founding period. A virtual launch event for “The Constitution Explained” will be held on Monday, September 12, featuring constitutional scholar and author Linda R. Monk; Julie Silverbrook, Senior Director of Partnerships and Constitutional Scholar in Residence at iCivics; and Christopher R. Riano, President of the Center for Civic Education. “The Constitution Explained” was made possible by the generous support of Kenneth C. Griffin.

To get more information about Constitution Day, please click here.