Other National Resources

Internet Resources

The following sites have been selected because of their potential use for civic educators. The Florida Law Related Education Association, Inc. neither endorses all the content of the Internet resources listed below nor the beliefs of the organizations sponsoring them, nor does it guarantee the stability of the sites or the accuracy of the information provided on them.

Notice of Implementation of Constitution Day and Citizenship Day on September 17 of Each Year


If you need assistance complying with this new federal requirement, FLREA, Inc. is ready to assist. Please contact Annette Boyd Pitts at staff@flrea.org.

American Bar Association


Center on Representative Government


Center for Civic Education


Constitutional Rights Foundation


Constitutional Rights Foundation Chicago


Landmark Supreme Court Cases


National Constitution Center


National Council for the Social Studies




Street Law Interactive



Learn More About Our Curriculum

  • Benchmarks Adult Education Program 

    The Florida Bar Benchmarks Program is a program of the Constitutional Judiciary Committee and includes a series of law-related activities developed for adult, nonpartisan group presentations.

  • iCivics 

    iCivics is an innovative web-based civic education project targeting teachers and students with games and lessons designed to reinforce Florida’s civics and government standards.

  • #justadulting 

    Through The Florida Bar’s dynamic Just Adulting mobile app, Florida’s high school seniors can be better prepared to “adult” in this exciting world of rights, responsibilities, and obligations.

  • Justice Teaching 

    Justice Teaching is a partnership program pairing lawyers and judges with elementary, middle, and high school classes throughout Florida.

  • Law Related Course Electives 

    Lists a wide variety of law related electives to offer in your high school or middle school.

  • Life Inside 

    Life Inside is a video and curriculum on the Florida system of corrections. The thirty minute program comes with lessons and background materials for teachers.

  • Middle School Civics Curriculum 

    The Florida Law Related Education Association, Inc. has developed a seventh grade course outline and sampler of lessons to assist school districts and teachers in successfully implementing the seventh grade civics course.

  • Project Citizen 

    Project Citizen is a curricular program for middle, secondary, and post-secondary students, youth organizations, and adult groups that promotes competent and responsible participation in local and state government.

  • We the People 

    The primary goal of We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution is to promote civic competence and responsibility among the nation's elementary and secondary students.