Democracy, civics and active participation in the community are not things with which we are born — they must be learned.

Which is why Classroom Law Project brings vital and engaging civics and law-related education programs into Oregon schools, teaching students at all grade levels the values and skills essential to being a participating citizen in our democracy. Each year, our innovative, timely, practical and fun programs involve and inspire over 400 teachers and 24,000 students from  250 schools in 75 Oregon communities.



Brought to you by Classroom Law Project,
experts in civic education and teacher professional development

TWO locations SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2014, 9am to 3pm


MEDFORD                                                                           PORTLAND
RCC/SOU Higher Education Center                                  Lewis & Clark Law School

On November 4, Oregonians will select a governor, United States senator, and seven statewide initiatives. Classroom Law Project offers great lessons in September so you have time to teach them. For teachers of middle grades through high school, this hands-on, interactive professional development opportunity offers content; strategies; great speakers and classroom support.  “Qualified” teachers are regular teachers like you; that is, teachers with assignments where they have the opportunity and intention to teach from the lessons. It excludes teachers who are unemployed, retired, without appropriate classes (say, math), and so on.

We hope to see you and colleagues at the workshop!

Your $25 non-refundable registration fee includes:
* All materials
* PDUs
* $100 stipend for qualifying teachers
* Morning pastries & coffee, lunch

Help is available for hotel and mileage if travel is more than 150 miles round trip.
Click here to register.