Presidential Libraries provide a broad range of educational opportunities for students of all ages. Each Presidential Library offers programs designed to introduce students to American history and the Presidency and to inform teachers about the use of primary source documents in teaching history.
Highlights of Presidential Library education activities include:
The Presidential Timeline is an interactive website featuring audio, video, documents, and educational materials from all of the Libraries. Listen to the Presidents.
The White House Decision Center at the Truman Presidential Library and Museum is an experiential program in which students take on the roles of President Truman and his advisors facing real-life historical decisions.
Five Star Leaders at the Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum is an experiential program that challenges students in grades 8-12 to work together to solve a problem, confront a crisis, or accomplish a mission.
The Cabinet Room
at the Ford Presidential Library and Museum is an interactive media experience allowing students and adults
to use the West Wing's famous conference room and original documents
to role-play through many of the complex problems that faced the Ford Administration.
Pretend You Are the President is one of many educational programs available at the Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum. Working with documents and artifacts, students learn about the Presidency, and what a demanding job it can be, as they role-play some of the many tasks the Chief Executive is called upon to perform.
- Herbert Hoover Library
- Franklin D. Roosevelt Library
- Harry S. Truman Library
- Dwight D. Eisenhower Library
- John F. Kennedy Library
- Lyndon B. Johnson Library
- Richard Nixon Library
- Gerald R. Ford Library
- Jimmy Carter Library
- Ronald Reagan Library
- George Bush Library
- William J. Clinton Library
- George W. Bush Library