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Constitution Day

Online and On Campus
  • All schools that receive federal funding are required to conduct an event about the U.S. Constitution near Constitution Day, Sept 17.
  • Wheeling Jesuit University and the Center for Educational Technologies invite you to share our education programming on Constitution Day and Constitution Week.
  • Here are FREE events for you and your students.

Constitution Day Videos
A talk by Dr. Richard A. Baker, U.S. Senate historian, on the Constitution and "The World's Greatest Deliberative Body."
Watch: The Constitution, The World's Greatest Deliberative Body

U.S. Sen. Robert C. Byrd, Introduction to the U.S. Constitution,
a 15-minute video by the Senate's leading constitutional scholar.
Watch: Introduction to the U.S. Constitution

Origins of the Constitution,
a 10-minute video shot in Philadelphia at Constitution Hall, weaves artwork and music into a short history of the U.S. Constitution, recapping the events surrounding this bold, new plan in self-governance, which was signed on Sept. 17, 1787.
Watch: Origins of the Constitution

These videos are appropriate for middle school, high school, and college audiences.

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