NINTH - TWELFTH GRADES

The Clinton Presidential Library offers a variety of in-person and virtual 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.

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Lesson Plans and Activities for 9th-12th Grade

Digital Library Exhibit Activities:

Economic Inclusion in the Clinton Administration

White House Green Building

Commemorating Courage: 40th Anniversary of Desegregation of Central High

"Days Like This": President Clinton's Public Diplomacy in Northern Ireland

Education Reform - Invest More, Demand More

The Rock and Roll Beat: Musicians and White House Related Events

A Space for Diplomacy 

Educational Programs

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No Conscription Without Representation: Voting Rights and the Constitution
Virtual Educational Program
30 – 60 minutes

Using the Constitution, constitutional amendments, legislation, and a Supreme Court case, students will explore the progression of voting rights in the United States with particular focus on the effort to lower the voting age to 18. Additional primary source documents from the National Archives, including photographs, video recordings and political cartoons, will enhance student understanding of the ways in which contemporary events and public civic engagement influence their lives today.

The Bill of Rights Protects You
Virtual Educational Program
40 – 60 minutes

In this interactive program, students will explore the Bill of Rights and how it outlines both limits on government and the rights of the people. We will work together to analyze three case studies that underscore the remedies that citizens can use to address instances where their rights have been violated. This program will introduce students to the Bill of Rights and strengthen their civic understanding.

Student Presidential Tour
In-person (60 minutes) and Virtual (30 minutes) Educational Program

This signature program inspires students to learn more about the life and legacy of the 42nd President of the United States by introducing them to the important issues and policies addressed by the Clinton Administration. 
Civics Student Presidential Tour Frameworks
US Government Student Presidential Tour Frameworks
US History Student Presidential Tour Frameworks
World History Student Presidential Tour Frameworks
Arkansas History Student Presidential Tour Frameworks

Advise the President: William J. Clinton What Should the United States Do About The Kosovo Crisis?
Virtual Educational Program
90 minutes

The enhanced Civic Literacy program infuses contemporary history, photos, and speeches to commemorate 20 years since the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) secured the freedom of Kosovar Albanians – a plan spearheaded by President Clinton, Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, and retired Gen. Wesley K. Clark, former NATO Supreme Allied Commander, Europe. Students will take part in the National Issues Forum (NIF) deliberation format, which will guide them through the difficult decision-making process by closely weighing the advantages and disadvantages of three different strategies: diplomacy, military force, or isolation. After a public deliberation, students will compare their choices to the decision made by President Clinton on March 24, 1999.
Civics Advise the President: William J. Clinton What Should the United States Do About The Kosovo Crisis?
US Government Advise the President: William J. Clinton What Should the United States Do About The Kosovo Crisis?
US History Advise the President: William J. Clinton What Should the United States Do About The Kosovo Crisis?
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