The Nixon Presidential Library and Museum has a wealth of information and resources for students and teachers regarding Richard Nixon, his administration, and the 20th century.
- Selected primary source materials with associated teaching activities.
- The following lesson plans are currently available on the National Archives' archives.gov website: Beyond the Playing Field--Jackie Robinson, Civil Rights Advocate; Watergate and the Constitution; and Letter from House Minority Leader Gerald R. Ford to President Richard M. Nixon
- The site contains primary source materials, including photos, selected speeches, and White House Tapes.
- Educators may also find the Biography, Timeline, and Bibliography helpful.
- Becoming America: The Constitutional Convention of 1787 A daily blog series authored by Dr. Jo Ellen Chatham and presented through the Center for Public Policy, Citizenship and Ethics at Concordia University Irvine. Learn more HERE.
- 60/20: The Election of 1960 and Its Echoes Today A new podcast from the JFK Library Foundation about the 1960 JFK-Nixon presidential election race. Learn more HERE.
- NARA DocsTeach for Virtual Learning This four-part, mini-webinar series specifically geared to support educators that live-streamed between Aug. 4th and Aug. 13th, is now available online. Each approximately 20 -25 minute session highlights a different way to use DocsTeach.org with students who are learning from home. Learn more HERE.
- Celebrate Constitution Day Links to a variety of programs and educational resources in honor of Constitution Day and Citizenship Day. Learn more HERE.
The following analysis worksheets were designed and developed by the Education Staff of the National Archives and Records Administration to assist educators and students in analyzing and studying particular record formats.