Constitution Literacy series
The answer lies not only in the Constitution but in the sincere desire to understand another person’s point of view
What is it?
The Constitution Literacy Series is a monthly event, launched on September 17, 2021 (Constitution Day) dedicated to presenting a deep-dive look into Constitutional issues and policies in civil and thoughtful ways. Each event consists of one half-hour of presentations – with 15 minutes being dedicated to each side of the issue – followed by one-half hour of moderated debate, and then concluded with questions and answers from the live/virtual audience.
Join us in person at the Legacy Building Auditorium on campus at American Heritage School, or online, 7:00pm on the following dates!
Link will be live on the date and at the time of the event
Watch Archived Debates
Who We Are
David Hancock, Jeff Hymas and Adam Brewer serve as full-time faculty members at American Heritage School.
They also serve as the co-directors of the Constitution & Civility Center.
Prior to joining American Heritage School in 2010, David was a practicing attorney. A cum laude graduate of BYU Law School, he has argued dozens of Constitutional issues in court and has briefed the US Supreme Court.
Jeff joined American Heritage in 2016 after working with many organizations presenting hundreds of Constitution education lectures to live audiences across America. He holds an MBA from Idaho State University and is a magna cum laude graduate of the BYU Marriott School of Management.
Adam holds a Masters Degree in Public Administration and a Doctorate Degree in Political Science from Idaho State University. Before coming to AHS, he taught and published for eight years in higher education, most notably as a visiting professor at BYU-Idaho and as a professor at the University of Montana.