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Resources for teaching about the 2009 inaugural

Resources for teaching about the 2009 inaugural

The Center for Education in Law and Democracy has compiled a listing of resources for teaching about the inauguration. Sources include the Library of Congress, PBS, C-SPAN, NEA, AFT, and various news outlets.

About the Center for Education in Law and Democracy

The Center for Education in Law and Democracy is a non-profit non-partisan educational organization offering several programs for teachers and students through grants and contracts with national and state government and non-governmental organizations. The Center promotes and supports the development of responsible citizens committed to democratic principles and active participation in representative government.

Source: Center for Education in Law and Democracy (Reproduced with permission)

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