Learn Learn AP US Government and Politics: videos, articles, and AP-aligned multiple choice question practice, covering the Constitution, the branches of government, political beliefs, and citizen participation. Review Supreme Court cases, study key amendments, and reflect on how the founders’ intentions and debates continue to influence politics in the Unite States today.
Elections This unit covers how citizens participate directly and indirectly in the government of the United States. Learn about voting rights and voter turnout, how presidential and congressional elections work, and how linkage institutions like the media, political parties, and interest groups connect individuals with government.
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Text Required primary documents. 1. The Declaration of Independence ( full text, article, video) 2. The Articles of Confederation ( full text, article, video) 3. The Constitution of the United States ( full text, brief video, deep dive video) 4.
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Liberties The Bill of Rights. : Civil liberties and civil rights. The First Amendment: freedom of religion. : Civil liberties and civil rights. The First Amendment: freedom of speech. : Civil liberties and civil rights. The First Amendment: freedom of the press. : Civil liberties and civil rights. The Second Amendment.
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Public Why does public policy change over time? In this video, Kim Kutz Elliott discusses how public policies generated at any given time reflect the attitudes and
Scandal How can the other branches of government hold the bureaucracy accountable? In this video, Kim Kutz Elliott uses the response to the 2014 VA scandal as a case
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Academy Khan Academy In partnership with the College Board, Khan Academy provides an official AP US Government course that comes with free instructional videos, articles, and practice exercises created by current and former AP teachers. In addition, Khan Academy offers free exam skills and strategies. Princeton Review
AP teachers and AP students, you have a new, free resource: Khan Academy is now the official practice partner for AP. We’re delighted to announce that we’ve partnered with the AP Program to offer free instructional videos, articles, and practice exercises designed to build the knowledge and skills needed for AP-level courses.
In partnership with the College Board, Khan Academy provides an official AP US Government course that comes with free instructional videos, articles, and practice exercises created by current and former AP teachers. In addition, Khan Academy offers free exam skills and strategies.
The AP U.S. Government and Politics Exam will test your understanding of the political concepts covered in the course units, including your ability to analyze the foundational documents and to apply Supreme Court decisions you studied in the course to real-life scenarios.
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