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Welcome to the Street Law Resource Library! We’ve compiled hundreds of teaching activities and methods, case summaries, mock trials, and articles—many of which are free—and organized them by topic, audience, and type. Use the filters on the left side of the page to find what you need.
Most of our resources are intended for middle and high school students.
Research and the experiences of educators have proven that there are several essential components to promising LRE programs.
Should our democracy permit the therapeutic cloning of human cells?
Should our democracy elect judges?
Should our democracy ban the death penalty?
Should our democracy allow schools to punish students for off-campus cyberbullying?
Should our democracy allow national referendums?
Should our democracy require health care providers to report evidence of domestic abuse to the police?
Should our democracy extend government support for higher education to immigrants who, as young people, entered the country illegally?
Should our democracy permit monopolies of broadcast news media in local communities?
Should our democracy participate in free trade agreements?
Should our democracy block internet content to protect national security?
Should our democracy permit hate speech?
Should our democracy have a guest worker program?
Should our democracy adopt a cap-and-trade system to limit greenhouse gas emissions?
In response to market globalization, should our democracy provide "fair trade" certification for coffee and other products?
Should our democracy require schools to provide sex education programs that include contraceptive education?
In our democracy should violent juvenile offenders be punished as adults?
In our democracy, should juvenile offenders who are accused of serious violent crimes be prosecuted and punished as adults?
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