JFK > LEARN (Option 1)

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1. School Visits

2. Students

2.1. Interactives

2.2. Leaders in the Struggle for Civil Rights

2.2.1. Roy Wilkins

2.2.2. Whitney M. Young Jr.

2.2.3. A. Phillip Randolph

2.2.4. Bayard Rustin

2.2.5. Martin Luther King Jr.

2.2.6. James Farmer

2.2.7. John Lewis

2.3. Picture Book Biographies of John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline B. Kennedy

2.4. Americans in Space

2.5. Presidential Press Office

2.6. Historical Literature

2.7. 1963: The Struggle for Civil Rights

3. Profile in Courage Essay Contest

3.1. Getting Started

3.2. Contest Topic and Information

3.2.1. Contest Policies

3.2.2. Contact Essay Contest Coordinator

3.3. Eligibility and Requirements

3.4. Criteria for Judging

3.5. Recognition and Awards

3.6. Past Winning Essays (TWO-WIDE)

3.6.1. 2017 Winning Essay by...

3.6.2. 2016 Winning Essay by...

3.6.3. 2015 Winning Essay by...

3.6.4. 2014 Winning Essay by...

3.6.5. 2013 Winning Essay by...

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3.6.17. 2001 Winning Essay by...

3.6.18. 2000 Winning Essay by...

3.7. Prepare Your Essay

3.7.1. Elements of a Strong Essay

3.7.2. Helpful Tips for Writing Your Essay

3.7.3. Guidelines for Citations and Bibliographies

3.7.4. Citing Sources Within the Text of Your Paper

3.7.5. Constructing a Bibliography or List of Works Cited

3.7.6. Tips for Avoiding Plagiarism

3.8. Registration and Submission

3.8.1. Submit your essay online Form

3.8.2. Contest Closed

3.9. Teacher Information and Curriculum Ideas

3.9.1. Lesson 1: Defining Political Courage

3.9.2. Lesson 2: Examining Past "Profiles in Courage"

3.9.3. Lesson 3: Identifying Issues Requiring Political Courage

3.9.4. Lesson 4: Investigating Contemporary "Profiles in Courage

3.9.5. Appendix 1: Common Core State Standards and National Standards for Social Studies and Language Arts

3.9.6. Appendix 2: Excerpts from Chapter One of Profiles in Courage

3.9.7. Teacher Mailing List form

3.9.8. Teacher Feedback form

3.9.9. Curriculum Ideas

3.9.10. Curriculum Ideas for the Classroom

3.10. FAQ

3.11. John Hancock Financial Scholarship

4. Teachers

4.1. School Visits

4.2. Curricular Resources

4.2.1. Elementary School Curricular Resources

4.2.1.1. Lesson Plan Matrix

4.2.1.2. Managing a Presidential Campaign

4.2.1.3. A President's Day

4.2.1.4. A Plea For a Raise

4.2.1.5. Picture It: JFK in High School

4.2.1.6. Ask Not

4.2.1.7. Ask What You Can Do

4.2.1.7.1. JFK50.org

4.2.1.8. Investigating the March on Washington

4.2.1.9. Picture Book Biographies of John and Jaqueline Kennedy

4.2.1.9.1. Glossary and Answer Keys

4.2.1.10. Race to the Moon

4.2.1.11. Red States Blue States

4.2.1.12. Televised Debates

4.2.1.13. Road to the White House Lesson Plan

4.2.1.14. They Had a Dream

4.2.1.15. Historical Literature

4.2.1.16. Rose Kennedy

4.2.1.17. The President's Pledge

4.2.1.18. Making Your Voice Heard (PDF)

4.2.1.19. The President's Seal (PDF)

4.2.2. Middle School Curricular Resources

4.2.2.1. Recipe for an Inaugural Address

4.2.2.2. Red States Blue States

4.2.2.3. Why the Moon

4.2.3. High School Curricular Resources

4.2.3.1. Analyzing the Inaugural Address

4.2.3.2. Analyzing the Rhetoric of the Inaugural Address

4.2.3.3. Art as a Civic Language

4.2.3.4. Federal Budget Simulation

4.2.3.5. How to Respond CMC

4.2.3.6. Bay of Pigs Lessons Learned

4.2.3.7. Limited Nuclear Test Ban Treaty

4.2.3.8. Military Advisors in Vietnam

4.2.3.9. Political Debates Lesson Plan

4.2.3.10. Presidency in the Nuclear Age Resources

4.2.3.11. Press Conference Lesson Plan

4.3. Professional Development

4.3.1. Hemingway Workshop

4.3.2. New Frontiers Conference

4.3.3. American Studies Summer Institute

4.3.4. Sources of Inspiration

4.3.5. To Light the World

4.3.6. We'll Never Turn Back Voices of the Civil Rights Movement

4.3.7. Facing Armageddon

4.3.8. Crossing Borders Through Literature Poetry and Personal Stories

4.3.9. Close to Home: Autobiographies, Memoirs and Family Stories for Young Readers & Writers

4.3.10. Resources from Crossing Borders Through Literature, Poetry and Personal Stories

4.4. Civic Education Programs and Materials List

4.4.1. Federal Budget Simulation Program

4.4.2. Mock Election

4.4.2.1. 2012 Mock Election Gallery

4.4.2.2. 2016 Mock Election Gallery

4.4.3. Resources for Presidential Campaigns and Elections

4.4.4. Making a Difference Award List

4.4.4.1. Make a Difference 2015

4.4.4.2. Make a Difference 2014

4.4.4.3. Make a Difference 2013

4.4.4.4. Make a Difference 2012

4.4.4.5. Make a Difference 2011

4.5. Interactives

4.6. New Frontiers

4.6.1. Newsletter PDF's (22)

4.7. Sign up for Education eNews

4.8. 1963: The Struggle for Civil Rights

4.9. JFK50.org

5. Adults

5.1. Walk-in Program: Highlights Tour

5.2. Walk-in Programs: Hands-on Carts

5.3. Kennedy Library Forums

5.4. Interactives

6. Families

6.1. Walk-in Program: Highlights Tour

6.2. Walk-in Programs: Hands-on Carts

6.3. Celebrate!

6.4. Presidents' Day Family Festival

6.5. Picture Book Biographies of John and Jacqueline Kennedy

6.6. Campaign Game Board Activity

6.7. Walk in Museum Programs

6.8. Travel the Road to the White House with JFK

7. KEY

7.1. Virtual Page

7.2. Landing Page

7.3. TWO-WIDE Landing Page (TWO-WIDE)

7.4. Standard Body Page

7.5. Main Gallery

7.6. Media Gallery

7.7. Form

7.8. Internal Link

7.9. Offsite Link

7.10. Deleted Item

7.11. Moved Item

7.12. Renamed Item

7.13. Change of Imagery

7.14. Change Content

7.15. New Item

7.16. (PDF)

7.17. Change to right rail callouts