SIXTH - EIGHTH GRADES

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

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Student Presidential Tour
Online Educational Program - 30 minutes

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. 
Sixth Grade Student Presidential Tour Frameworks
Seventh Grade Student Presidential Tour Frameworks
Eighth Grade Student Presidential Tour Frameworks

 

Civic Literacy: The Crisis in Kosovo
Online Educational Program - 90 minutes

As they assembled around the long table of the Cabinet Room, President Clinton, his Cabinet secretaries, and other government officials made tough choices about the nation’s future. We invite students to experience these high-level negotiations through an experience that allows them to play the roles of presidential advisors who, among other things, planned and implemented military missions in Kosovo. 
Sixth Grade Cabinet Room Simulation The Crisis in Kosovo Frameworks
Seventh Grade Cabinet Room Simulation The Crisis in Kosovo Frameworks
Eighth Grade Cabinet Room Simulation The Crisis in Kosovo Frameworks

 

Hope, Endurance, and Justice
Online Educational Program - 30 minutes

Students will consider The Anne Frank Tree installation and examine four historical episodes – the Holocaust, the Indian Removal Act of 1830, the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II, and the Little Rock Central High School desegregation crisis of 1957 – which serve as poignant and painful reminders of the complicated journey toward social justice in Arkansas and around the world. Following the guided lesson, students will participate in a moderated discussion of topical issues of the day, reflecting on the themes of hope, endurance, and justice.
Sixth Grade Hope, Endurance, and Justice Frameworks
Seventh Grade Hope, Endurance, and Justice Frameworks
Eighth Grade Hope, Endurance, and Justice Frameworks