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I'm curious if anyone has used the The Bill of Rights Institute's Documents of Freedom site for hs government, and if you did, did you supplement with a textbook? I've never taught government, but it seems pretty thorough, including quizzes and discussion handouts. I don't think we'd need a text and could just supplement with documentaries, etc.





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I have not used this program (thanks for the link! I'll check it out!), but I am planning to use the text We the People from the Center for Civic Education. USHistory.org also has a free, online government book. My dd is using and enjoying their American history text.

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Thank you for sharing this link. I think I will be using it next year with my daughter.



Thank you for this resource. We are dropping Notgrass and using this instead!



We started using it last week and I am very impressed with it. I'm glad you found it useful!



This is produced by the Bill of Rights Institute, which provides a variety of educator resources.





I started poking around there, too. A wealth of information and I'm surprised I hadn't stumbled upon it before!

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