Insights for teachers to continue the conversation.


Today we tell the story of Win Anderson, who as a student in the MAHG program studied separation of powers under Alvis and federalism under Dinan. Anderson, who teaches government to students at Sauk Rapids-Rice High School in Minnesota, credits these professors with helping her understand the founders’ motives and mechanisms for limiting the power of government.

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ByTAH Staff

From before the Founding to the present and from history to government, Teaching American History's courses enable teachers to master their content with professors adept at navigating complicated issues through document-based discussions.

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ByMalik Ali

The 15th Amendment was the third and final constitutional change of Reconstruction, hailed then and since as a profound leap in American democracy. And though the story of its deliberation, enactment, and enforcement illustrates its great potential impact, many of those possibilities were only realized in the mid-20th century by the efforts of the Civil Rights Movement.