TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Brittany Sims on Sep 20, 2013

Eleven Jackson-Madison County School students were named Constitution Week essay winners by the Jackson-Madison chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution during a ceremony held yesterday, the Jackson Sun reports. Students were asked to answer several questions in the essay, including “how does our government establish justice and ensure domestic tranquility?” and “how does the government promote general welfare among the people?” “Constitutional literacy is in a bad state among young adults once they reach college,” said Micah Watson, an associate professor of political science at Union University. “Seeing young people learning early is a bright spot. I’m glad to see the DAR and the community doing more to educate our youth.”