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Semester Civics Exploration: US Government, Constitution, Bill of Rights, and More!

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Spencer Bishins
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(26)
In this 8 week semester class, we will explore the structure of the United States government, learn about the US Constitution and the Bill of Rights, and compare the American system of government to the United Kingdom.

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US Grade 8 - 11
Learn about the structure of the United States government, learn about the US Constitution and the Bill of Rights, and learn about the similarities and differences between the American system of government and the United Kingdom.
I have a bachelor's degree and a master's degree in economics/government/politics. I also have a law degree and I am a licensed attorney. I have additionally been working as a licensed attorney for 14 years.
Homework Offered
Nothing
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Grades Offered
We will not discuss current politics or political opinions in this class, only the history and institutions of the US government. My own opinions will not be discussed at all in this class. Any questions from learners that raise political issues or discussions will be gently redirected as the discussion will only focus on history and facts regarding the US government, the US Constitution and Bill of Rights, and how the US system of government compares to the UK. Any questions from learners regarding the subject matter can be asked orally, or can be asked in the chat, but I will answer questions orally for the benefit of the entire class.
We will refer to the US and UK Constitutions, and to US federal law, in an age-appropriate manner.
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(26)
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I'm an attorney and author, passionate about teaching young people the ins-and-outs of law, civics, government, and critical thinking. I have been a licensed attorney for 14 years, and I worked in a public service setting for most of my legal... 
Group Class

$144

for 8 classes
1x per week, 8 weeks
45 min

Completed by 11 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 13-17
3-6 learners per class

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