The mission of the Education Department at the Clinton Presidential Library and Museum is to advance understanding of 20th century United States history, the institution of the Presidency, and the American political system as a whole through the study of the life, career and presidential administration of William J. Clinton. The Clinton Presidential Library offers a variety of online educational experiences for elementary, middle, and high school classes for 10 or more students in the same grade. In addition, the library provides virtual professional development workshops for educators. All programs for students and teachers are free. We are not currently offering tours or other in person educational opportunities. Onsite programs will resume in the future. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for updates. Visit our support partner, the Clinton Foundation to learn about additional virtual opportunities for students and teachers. Online Educational Programs Select from the grade levels below to see virtual educational opportunities that are available for your students! Pre-K – Second Grades Third – Fifth Grades Sixth – Eight Grades Ninth – Twelfth Grades Teacher Workshops Are you an educator in need of professional development credits? Click here to see teacher workshops available! Lesson Plans and Activities Looking for ways to bring the Clinton Presidential Library into your curriculum? Look no further! On this page, you can find lesson plans and activities that will make a perfect fit in your classroom. The Powers of the Presidency In this online exhibit, you can read about the principle roles through which the President exercises their powers. Explore the powers of the presidency through real-life examples, objects, and documents from the White House of President William Jefferson Clinton.