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Course: 408

Grade Level:
Course Length:
1 Semester
.5 Credit



Course Description: 

United States Government is a one-semester history course that will examine the basic principles of our government: the workings of the legislative; the executive and judicial branches; and the sharing of power between the state and federal governments. A portion of the class is dedicated to a discussion of current events and debates, as well as a further examination of constitutional principles as applied to today’s issues. Students must remain current on national events.

Textbook/Class Resources:

9780393538885, Ginsberg, et. al., We The People, Thirteenth Essentials ed., W.W. Norton & Company,  2022
Students may purchase the paperback version at:
The eBook is optional.