Civic Education Distance Learning Resources
U.S. probation and pretrial services officers, considered the "eyes and ears" of the federal courts, investigate and supervise persons charged with or convicted of federal crimes. Click here to learn more.
Constitution and Citizenship Day is celebrated annually on September 17 to reflect on the rights and responsibilities of citizenship and what it means to be a U.S. citizen. Click here
for distance learning resources about the Constitution and citizenship that will be available throughout the month of September.
Visit our Bench in the Backyard page for additional Constitution and citizenship resources for middle school students.
Resources about the U.S. federal courts:
To help inform the public about the U.S. legal system and government, the United States federal courts have developed a series of brief YouTube tutorials. These videos cover topics including separation of powers, the Bill of Rights, and the rule of law. Other videos demonstrate the role of the courts in public life and how judges reach their decisions.
For more civic education distance learning resources, please click here.