In Case You Missed it: Blog-a-Fault Line Contest

Do your students love to tell the class exactly what they think!? Are they reading Fault Lines in the Constitution by Cynthia and Sanford Levinson? Then, we have a competition just for them—and you!

How does it work?

First, students, teachers, and librarians should read Fault Lines in the Constitution (Peachtree Publishers/Listening Library) and the authors’ blog. Then, they write a blog post relating a current event or issue to a topic in the book or to a flaw they see in the US Constitution.

Entries can take a stand, propose alternatives or raise questions for discussion. They should not be politically partisan.

Three winning blog posts will be featured on, and each winner’s school will receive a free 20-minute Skype visit with co-authors Cynthia and Sanford Levinson!

Find all the rules on entering the contest, and more about what you could win, here.

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