National Archives News

Celebrate Constitution Day Online

By National Archives News Staff | National Archives News

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Constitution of the United States.

WASHINGTON, September 15, 2020—The National Archives and Records Administration, permanent home of the original U.S. Constitution, celebrates the 233rd anniversary of the document’s signing on September 17 with special online programs for all ages.

These programs are free; however, registration is encouraged. Unless otherwise noted, all times are Eastern time. See our Celebrating Constitution Day page for additional public programs, family activities, and online resources.

Constitution Day and related programs

Additional resources are also available on and at the following links:

Teach and Learn with Online Resources for Students and Educators

Get Ready for Constitution Day!

Bring the Constitution to Life! and the DocsTeach Constitution page 

Teaching the Constitution... Virtually

Online resources for teaching the Constitution

Founders Online - read the Founders’ own words about the Constitution’s creation

First Amendment - Upholding Student Rights in the 20th Century: An Examination of Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Community School District

Fifth Amendment - Pleading the Fifth: Lillian Hellman and the HUAC Investigation of Hollywood

Eighth Amendment - Locked Up: Exploring Prisoner Rights and the Eighth Amendment

19th Amendment - Forging a Path to the 19th Amendment: Understanding Women’s Suffrage

Watch Related Public Programs

The Nature of Constitutional Rights

For Us, By Us: Trust In, and Expectations of, the Constitution

The New American Constitution

The Future of Policy Making

Is the Constitution Still Working for America?