Recognizing Constitution Day

Kate Martin | September 19, 2011

Northwestern observes Constitution Day

On Sept. 17, more than 200 years ago, the U.S. Constitution was signed by the Founding Fathers establishing the rights and freedoms of U.S. citizens today. Information about the U.S. Constitution can be found in the foyer as Northwestern observes Constitution Day.

Constitution Day is part of a law approved by Congress that requires schools receiving federal funding to educate their students about the Constitution.

View the Constitution in its entirety.

Here are links to additional resources on the Constitution:

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