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Upcoming Events

Join the Education Team at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute as a panel of White House reporters, scholars, and historians break down how this relationship works, what it means for our democracy, and how the press corps respond to 5 am Tweets.

Panel of speakers include:
Moderator: Margaret Talev, President, White House Correspondents Association

  • Lou Cannon, Author and Former White House Correspondent, Washington Post
  • John Woolley, Presidential Historian, UC Santa Barbara
  • Jonathan Karl, White House Correspondent, ABC News

This event is co-sponsored by the White House Correspondents’ Association.

This is a free event to attend, but registration is required.

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The Ronald Reagan Great Communicator Debate Series is designed to develop proactive, informed, educated, and conscientious citizens and leaders by creating and hosting a national series of high school debates across the country. The series is aimed at engaging and informing young people whose first opportunity to participate as voters will take place in the upcoming elections and beyond. The National Championship will culminate under the wings of Air Force One as two of the top 16 high school debaters from across the country compete to be named “The Great Communicator National Champion.” The evening will feature a discussion on leadership, communication and civic education. Tickets to this event includes admission to museum and dinner under the wings of Air Force One.

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Join us for a 5-day Teacher Academy at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum in Simi Valley, CA. The dramatic history of Soviet-American relations spanned five decades, eight presidents, and defined a century. This once-in-a-lifetime learning opportunity brings together the Truman Library Institute, the Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library, the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute, TeachingAmericanHistory.org, and the National Council for History Education in a robust and engaging  exploration of how Presidents, from Truman to Reagan, navigated the icy waters of the Cold War. From the Truman Doctrine to the INF Treaty, examine the profound effects of how Cold War tensions shaped foreign policy and the fabric of American life.

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October 12-13, 2018

The Education Team at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute is proud to announce the second annual leadership summit for high school and college students. The Reagan Leadership Summit brings together emerging leaders from across the nation to learn from one another and hear from distinguished speakers.

This summit is designed for emerging leaders, aged 15-25. Attire is professional dress. The cost for the Summit is $50.00 which includes conference admission, opening night reception, light breakfast, catered lunch, a Summit t-shirt, and museum admission. Early Bird tickets are available for $35.00 until August 15, 2018 or until ticket block sells out.

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