Thursday | October 27, 2022

Voting rights figure prominently in the U.S. Constitution and the 15th, 19th and 26th Amendments, demonstrating how voting rights have continued to expand in the last 100 years. Join the Albert Shanker Institute, National Constitution Center and Share My Lesson to learn how to incorporate these amendments as you teach to your state standards addressing the Constitution. This session is part of the series: A More United America: Teaching Democratic Principles and Protected Freedoms.

Available for 1.5 hours of PD credit.*

*You will be eligible to receive 1.5 hours of professional development recertification credit for participation in this webinar if you complete all the poll questions, survey, and actively watch the webinar. At the conclusion of the webinar, you will be able to download a certificate that verifies you completed the webinar. Check with your school district in advance of the webinar to ensure that the PD recertification credit is accepted.

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Kim Barben, Teacher, Great Valley School District, Pa.

Sarah Harris is the Director of Education at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia, PA. She has worked at the museum for almost four years, where she works with teachers and students to engage with the Constitution in a non-partisan way. Prior to entering the museum world, she was a high school history teacher in New Jersey.

Julie Chi-hye Suk is an interdisciplinary and comparative legal scholar, researching equality at the intersection of law, history, sociology, and politics in the United States and globally. She has authored dozens of articles and book chapters about comparative constitutional law; the procedural implementation of equality norms in the United States and Europe; gender quotas; and women, work, and family. Her 2020 book, We the Women: The Unstoppable Mothers of the Equal Rights Amendment, is the first and only book to chronicle and assess the twenty-first-century revival of the Equal Rights Amendment, culminating in Virginia‚Äôs ratification in 2020.