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 in-person and virtual professional development workshops for educators. All programs for students and teachers are free.

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Arkansas Civic Education Institute: Brown v. Board - Register

Monday June 24th - Friday June 28th, 2024

This five day teacher workshop is being held in conjunction with a civil rights conference commemorating the 70th anniversary of the Brown v Board of Education Supreme Court decision. The conference will include presentations by historians and civil rights leaders, as well as personal stories from those who lived it. In addition to attending on site sessions and viewing live streamed content, workshop participants will explore strategies for effectively teaching the history of Brown v. Board of Education and the struggle for desegregation. Teachers will spend a day at the Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site.

Sessions start mid afternoon on Monday June 24 and conclude mid morning on Friday June 28. Arkansas teachers who attend the full conference will receive 24 hours of ADE approved professional development credit. Lunch will be provided Tuesday - Friday. A limited number of hotel rooms will be provided for workshop participants residing more than 50 miles from the Clinton Presidential Library and Museum.


Workshops Available Upon Request

To schedule one of these workshops, please email our Education Department.

“What is a Presidential Library?”

Participants will learn about the resources available through the National Archives and the Presidential Libraries including programming available for students at the Clinton Presidential Library.

Teachers will receive three hours professional development credit.

"President Clinton and Arkansas"

President Clinton’s Arkansas childhood is explored through a primary source analysis activity. Artifacts and photographs are compared to excerpts from his autobiography, My Life.

Teachers will receive two hours Arkansas History professional development credit.