- Courts in the Classroom
- What's Happening in Court?
- When You Turn 18
- Kids and the Law: An A-Z Guide
- Commission for Impartial Courts
Resources and materials for students to help learn more about the judicial branch and its role in our democracy.
Ever wonder how the United States Supreme Court really works?
In Supreme Decision you help cast the deciding vote.
Animated graphic novel-style cartoons teach landmark cases and how the courts work.
Find out what laws apply to youth and students, explained in ways you can understand. Available in English and Spanish:
Don’t just learn civics—play civics! Run for president. Pass new laws. Argue real cases. Play. Find free resources, tools, and support for informed and engaging learning. A web-based education project and a vision of Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, iCivics is designed to teach students civics education.
California Chief Justice Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye and a committee of civic leaders organized the Civic Learning California Summit to examine successes and barriers to increasing civic literacy in California. The event was filled to capacity and featured special guest U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor (Ret.).
Click to view photos of the event.