Transport your students to places that helped shape our nation’s past presidents’ lives. It’s easy to sign up for for this free service, which is a partnership between Internet2, the National Park Service, and the National Archives.
History Comes Alive in Your Classroom
Presidential Primary Sources Project
The Power of the Presidency
Over the course of our country’s history, the office of the President has been a defining force that capitalized the imagination of the American people. Learn about the lives and legacies of our presidents and how they shaped the past and present of our country.
- Engage in live interactive video discussions with presidential historians and national park rangers
- Use primary source documents to understand our nation’s presidents
Join us from Jan. 18-April 5, 2023 to hear directly from National Park Service rangers from historical sites about presidents like Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, and George Washington.
Watch Recordings of the 2022 PPSP Sessions
Recordings from the sessions — held from January through April 2022– are now available! These sessions are applicable to students grades 4-12.
Sign up today to get started with the PPSP program.
Watch Archived Sessions
Select from a variety of historical presentations about our nation’s presidents.
Read the Brochure
Click here to download the 2023 Presidential Primary Sources Project brochure.
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Watch this clip from one of our most popular PPSP sessions below, where Education Specialist Jeff Urbin at the Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum shows students the wheelchair President Franklin Delano Roosevelt designed for himself.
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