About Hub

The "We the People" Constitution Hub is a public digital collection of curated Civics and History resources. It is free with no subscription required. Educators have access to different lesson plans, many of which you can download in different formats or edit to fit your standards or objectives. You can also share and use lessons and resources, and collaborate with fellow educators from across the country!


Engage directly with the national institutions that exist to serve you! Since 2005, students have explored the ways our Constitution is alive in Washington, DC, through the “We the People” Constitution Program.


As you explore the “We the People” Hub, you will find free resources to help you gain a deeper knowledge of your civic rights and responsibilities, as well as the history and practical implementation of the Constitution. From videos and interactive timelines to quizzes, assessments and classroom discussion exercises, “We the People” offers enriching activities for every learning style.


Want to schedule a live virtual classroom session with educators at a participating “We the People” site? Click here for more information. As with all “We the People” resources, the opportunity to engage with our educators is absolutely free. You must be a teacher at a DCPS or DC charter school to schedule a live session for your classroom.


Member organizations in the “We the People” Consortium include the U.S. Capitol Historical Society, the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center, the White House Historical Association, the National Archives and Records Administration, President’s Park/White House Visitor Center (National Park Service), and the George Mason Memorial (National Park Service). Our in-person field studies, which we hope to resume by Fall 2021, are also made possible through the invaluable partnership of USA Guided Tours, Children’s Concierge, and Restaurant Associates.