INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana Supreme Court Justices Steven David and Loretta Rush will be among 44 judges from across the state who will be visiting schools throughout the state in celebration of Constitution Day.
The judges will visit 119 classes to talk with more than 3,000 students. Most judges will head into the classroom on Tuesday, which marks the anniversary of the Constitution being signed in 1787.
Each judge will go to class and speak to students from fourth grade through high school and give out pocket Constitutions. The judge and students will use the pocket Constitution to walk through the process of proposing and ratifying changes to the U.S. and Indiana Constitutions.
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