At Hillsdale College there is one course all students must take in order to graduate, no matter which major they’re enrolled in: Constitution 101. Now Hillsdale is offering the class to the public for free.
I suggest this call to all readers’ kids and grand kids for this summer. Hillsdale is a top notch conservative school and unlike 95% of America’s four year colleges, it’s one I could support for my five grand kids. That’s in contrast to most any other college or university in New England with the exception of Babson and BC.
I would not send a grand kid to an Ivy League school, even were I paid to do so.
Here’s a bit more information on the Hillsdale course:
The Constitution secures your freedoms as an American.
Understand it like never before in Hillsdale College’s free online course.
The U.S. Constitution is the key to securing liberty for all Americans — yet very few know exactly what it says, and what freedoms it protects. Hillsdale College is dedicating this year to educating millions of Americans about this critical document. That’s why the College is offering its most popular course, “Constitution 101” for free, when you sign up now.
Hillsdale’s course, Constitution 101: The Meaning and History of the Constitution, features the same professors who teach this course on Hillsdale College’s campus. Hillsdale is one of the only colleges in America — outside of the military academies — that requires every student to take a course on the Constitution to graduate.
The course is delivered via email, with one lesson per week for 10 weeks. Each lesson features lively teaching and discussion boards, suggested readings, weekly quizzes, and more.
Read more here.
Introduction to the Constitution – A Free Online Course from Hillsdale College
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