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Welcome, Educators and Administrators!

School programs at The Center for Civil and Human Rights include self guides, supplemental activities and teacher resources to engage and empower students and teachers, grades 3–12.


If you are interested in learning more about how the Center for Civil and Human Rights can support your classroom teaching, view our Teacher Info Packet.

Performance Standards and Pre & Post Visit Guides


Elementary School

Middle School

High School



Elementary School Students             Elementary School Teachers 

Middle School Students                     Middle School Teachers

High School Students                         High School Teachers


Special Group Rates Available

Group Information and Pricing

*In Rolls Down Like Water and Spark of Conviction, there are images that portray our human rights struggles that may not be appropriate for younger students. Please use your best judgment while in the galleries with students.

The National Center for Civil and Human Rights would like to recognize the individuals and organizations who contributed support, expertise, and guidance to the development of our inaugural school programs.

The Ben Marion Institute for Social Justice Amy Motto
Kahlil Chism Dumaka X. Moultrie
Abby Drue Jeff Rader
Jessica Gaines Dr. Irma Starr
Melanie L. Hendrix, M.Ed. Brianne Turgeon
Lisa Hooten Dina Tyson
Samantha Keng TurnKey Education
Erica Leonard Dr. Carolyn D. Wyatt
Kate McLeod