Youth Summit

Oregon Elections 2014: Governor, Senator, Initiative

Saturday, September 20 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

IN TWO LOCATIONS
MEDFORD: RCC/SOU Higher Education Center
PORTLAND: Lewis & Clark Law School
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On November 4, Oregonians will select a governor, U.S. 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 (such as Constitutional requirements for holding office, nuts and bolts of the initiative process);
   • Strategies (such as a townhall roleplay of stakeholder groups, class hearing);
   • Great speakers (election experts); PLUS
   • Classroom support for a class hearing
   • Qualified teachers will receive a $100 stipend for attending!
   • PDUs & lunch included

When:     Saturday, September 20
Time:       9am to 3pm
Cost:        $25 non-refundable reservation fee guarantees your space
Stipend: $100 stipend for qualifying teachers

Travel assistance available if your round trip is 150 miles or more –

Register today!

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Where can I see past Youth Summit lessons and topics?

View lessons from past years: http://www.classroomlaw.org/resources/teaching-materials/#ys.

  • View the 2012 Presidential Election Lessons.
  • 2011 – Words Matter: Limits on Free Speech
  • 2010 – Election 2010
  • 2009 – Democracy & What’s News: What’s a Citizen To Do?
  • 2008 – Selecting the Next President: What Questions Should We Ask?
  • 2007 – How does a “nation of immigrants” balance the benefits and the challenges of immigration in 2007?
  • 2006 – Ballot Initiatives: Too Much or Too Little Democracy?
  • 2005 – Selecting the Next U.S. Supreme Court Justice

View information about previous Youth Summit gatherings.

Still have questions? Please contact us at office@classroomlaw.org or 503-224-4424.