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WALTER AND LEONORE ANNENBERG PRESIDENTIAL LEARNING CENTER

The Walter and Leonore Annenberg Presidential Learning Center (APLC) is committed to engaging the future leaders of America in the study of our nation’s democratic processes with the aim of developing proactive informed, educated, and conscientious citizens and leaders.

The Presidential Learning Center endeavors to become a national resource for civics education and support, by developing innovative educational content, making it available to educators and students and aligning the efforts of prominent local and national civics oriented organizations. This institution will help increase awareness of the importance of civics education and encourage individuals from all parts of our society to become active participants in the democratic process.


PROGRAMS

The Walter and Leonore Annenberg Presidential Learning Center (APLC) hosts a variety of programs designed to aid the development of proactive, informed, educated, and conscientious citizens. These programs include a Student Speaker Series, educator programming, and civics and pedagogy based professional development sessions.

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CURRICULUM

A variety of curricula is available to educators for use in the classroom or to supplement a class visit to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Museum.

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TEAM

Meet the team at the Walter and Leonore Annenberg Presidential Learning Center.

Meet the APLC Team


NATIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL

The National Advisory council functions as an advisory group that provides strategic solutions guidance to the Presidential Learning Center.

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CURRICULUM ADVISORY BOARD

The Curriculum Advisory Board advises the Walter and Leonore Presidential Learning Center on its curriculum development initiatives.

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Our Programs
The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum's dedicated partners bring their knowledge base to provide a comprehensive, national resource of civic knowledge, participation, and interest to educators everywhere.