(Ohio) – There is now a new learning opportunity being offered by the Ohio Supreme Court.
The program is designed to allow high school students to see how the court operates without leaving their classrooms. The court’s Civic Education Section recently unveiled the program, “Under Advisement: Ohio Supreme Court Cases on Demand.”
Officials explain that the program offers teachers lesson plans that are designed specifically for a civil case as well as a criminal case already argued to the curt. Teachers can then lead students through an in-depth study of the cases.
The lesson plans are free, and officials note they are created to align with Ohio’s Learning Standards for the High School American Government Curriculum. Plans can be accessed on the court’s website.