Brown v. Board of Education: Fairness and Equality

The Education Department at Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site strives to provide quality curriculum-based resources and activities for educators and parents. Information is available related to the Brown v. Board of Education U.S. Supreme Court case, the Civil Rights Movement, education, African American history and cultural and social justice.

Curriculum Materials for Students of All Ages

Whether your teaching students about fairness in kindergarten or the struggle for equality to high school seniors, find curriculum materials here.

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Plan A Field Trip

Choose a from a variety of field trip topics for students of all ages. Bus grants may be available.

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Distance Learning Programs

Interact with a Ranger from your school using videoconference technology. Choose from selected programs or have the Ranger present a specific topic.

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Lesson Plans for K-12 Teachers

Download a lesson plan to use in the classroom before a site visit or to meet standards.

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Last updated: November 9, 2018

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