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Dear Ms. Lloyd,
Thank you for posting your request on History Hub!
The National Archives offers as a free eBook download Exploring the United States Constitution: The three branches of government as demonstrated through the holdings of the National Archives which is designed for use by educators.
We also have a special section on our website for Educator Resources. Some of the specific pages relating to these topics include Civic Education, Educational Resources regarding the Legislative Branch and The Constitution of the United States. Most of our Presidential Libraries have web pages providing resources for students and teachers concerning specific presidential administrations.
The National Archives in partnership with the National Archives Foundation runs DocsTeach, which is an online tool for teaching with documents. Some of the special topic pages include Bringing the Constitution to life! The Records of Congress, and Presidential Campaign Memorabilia. You can also do keyword searches for terms such as “presidency,” “president,” “Executive Branch,” “courts,” “Supreme Court,” and “judiciary.”
Additional educational opportunities include student visit programs available at many National Archives locations. You also may be interested in our Professional Development for Educators series on YouTube.
For specific questions about our education resources and programs, please contact our Education and Public Programs staff via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some of the other federal institutions that offer free online material for teachers and students that may be useful include the Library of Congress, the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center, the United States House of Representatives, and the United States Courts.
We hope this information is helpful.