Missouri Bar Citizenship Education

Constitution Day

The Missouri Bar and HEC-TV in St. Louis are partners in producing an interactive Constitution Day Program for students in Grades 7-12. The 2011 program on the presidency won a Telly Award. As this year is the 50th anniversary of the landmark case, the 2013 program is on Gideon vs. Wainwright. For more information on how to be part of this free program in the future, please contact Millie Aulbur, Director of Citizenship Education for The Missouri Bar, at milliea@mobar.org. Study guides and broadcasts for previous programs are available online::

2014 Study Guide --The 50th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Its Current Implications

2013 Study Guide --The Ongoing Impact of Gideon v. Wainwright

2012 Study Guide -- Free Speech and the Elections

2011 Study Guide -- The Role of the Presidency

2010 Study Guide -- The Third Branch of Government—the Judiciary

2009 Study Guide -- Who’s an American Citizen & Juvenile Justice and the Constitution

2008 Study Guide -- Exploring the Right of Privacy and Freedom of Expression

2007 Study Guide -- How Does the 4th and 5th Amendment Protect Us?

2006 Study Guide -- The History of the Constitution and Privacy Issues for Students (4th Amendment)

All of the broadcasts are available here.

Press Release - Telly Award for Constitution Day

For more information contact: Millie Aulbur, Director of Citizenship Education at milliea@mobar.org