Legal & Government Education for Teens
Texas Law Related Education –
A link to the several games and programs regarding the U.S. CONSTITUTION and various subjects such as juries, government, etc.
Oyez, Oyez, Oh Yay! – Civics Resources for Texas Students –
An engaging and interactive site geared toward helping students explore the court decisions that have helped shape our country and the state of Texas — and, most important, how these decisions have affected our everyday lives.
Principles of the Constitution –
Celebrating America’s Freedoms –
A collection of information regarding Veteran’s Day, Memorial Day and Flag Day.
America’s Historical Documents –
A listing of America’s historical documents from the U.S. Constitution to the Apollo 11 Flight Plan, all with link to more information on each document.
U.S. Supreme Court Landmark Cases and Concepts –
Learn more about U.S. Supreme Court landmark cases from Marbury v. Madison (1803) to Texas v. Johnson (1989) and concepts from the Federalism to Necessary and Proper Cause.
U.S. Supreme Court Case Docket –
See what cases are on the docket for the U. S. Supreme Court
Law as a Career –
A guide to what Houston lawyers do.
Juvenile Court Information –
A guide to juvenile law procedures in Houston
Juvenile Curfew Ordinances –
A guide to juvenile curfew laws in Houston
Texas Court Structure –
An interactive link to the Court Structure of Texas.
United States Government Structure –
A complete interactive guide to the U.S. government branches and departments.
U.S. Department of Justice –
A web site about the Federal Bureau of Investigation (F.B.I.), the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearm, and Explosives (A.T.F.) and more.
Texas Senate –
A link to the Senate of Texas web site.
Texas House of Representatives –
A link to the Texas House of Representatives web site.
NPR Jury Quiz –
Test your jury knowledge with this educational quiz.