Resources to Gear Up for the Inauguration and First 100 Days
January 20 will mark the 58th inauguration in our nation’s history. President-elect Donald Trump’s campaign and subsequent election was inspired in part by widespread frustration with business as usual in Washington. But his inauguration and first 100 days will be watched closely by insiders and outsiders alike, following a time-honored tradition that dates back to the Great Depression.
A president’s inaugural address and first 100 days are widely seen as indicators of what an administration has in store. While the inauguration focuses on the pomp and spectacle that accompanies a transition of power, the first 100 days centers on issues and is often seen as a policy roadmap to the four years ahead.
Here are a set of collected resources to explore the upcoming inauguration and first 100 days with your students.
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