Alice Paul Institute is dedicated to supporting educators of all grade levels by providing engaging educational resources to help introduce Alice Paul’s life and work with students of all ages. Throughout her life she demonstrated key character traits we believe enrich lives and communities. Her story is one of perseverance, hope, and tenacity in her fight for equal rights and positive social change.
The educational resources available on this page explore the themes of equality, democracy, and social justice. All resources were co-written by classroom teachers, and are designed for use in both middle-school and high-school classrooms. Provided are full lessons, fun activities, and a short biography of Alice Paul written specifically for younger grades.
In addition to the resources available on this page, we highly recommend introducing Alice Paul to students by screening the short film The Life of Alice Stokes Paul, 1885-1920. The DVD may be purchased from our gift shop.