2022 High School Online Programs
James Madison, The ‘Federal Negative,’ and the Making of the U.S. Constitution
Study the debate over the balance of power between the federal government and the states, while making a virtual visit to James Madison’s Montpelier.
Property, Suffrage, and the “Right of Revolution” in Rhode Island
Study the development of voting rights in the antebellum United States with a focus on a populist suffrage movement in 1840s Rhode Island. The case examines the nature of voting rights and whether citizens have a right to overthrow a government they believe does not represent them.
Labor, Capital, and Government: The Anthracite Coal Strike of 1902
Study how the federal government intervened in a major coal miners’ strike in Pennsylvania in 1902 while exploring the rights between capital and labor.
Manufacturing Constituencies: Race and Redistricting in North Carolina
Study the history of redistricting and gerrymandering in the United states with a focus on how redistricting has affected the voting strength of African American communities in the South.
Typically, all synchronous class sessions are from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm EDT, Monday through Friday.
Tuition for each one-week session is $95. Scholarships are available on a need basis.