• Scholarships are available for nearly every teacher accepted into the programs thanks to generous donations from our sponsors.
  • On-campus scholarships are valued at $1,400 per teacher.
  • Traveling workshop program scholarships are valued at $1,550 per teacher.
  • Travel stipends also are available to eligible teachers.


Program Information:

  • Tuition covers accommodations, on-site meals, admissions, instruction, tour transportation, airport shuttle (if applicable) and one graduate credit (see Accreditation).
  • Teachers who receive scholarships are expected to make a $150 refundable deposit to hold their registration. Refunds are awarded after the program has been successfully completed.




  • Each program includes one graduate credit hour, which is granted by La Salle University in Pennsylvania. Enrolled students who wish to earn another two credits (3 total credits) must pay $150 for each additional credit at the beginning of the program.

For more information, contact our Education Department at (610) 933-8825 ext. 230 or

Freedoms Foundation reserves the right to vary program content, accrediting institutions or sites as necessary, or cancel any course with 30 days advance notice.

Abraham Lincoln’s Constitution


July 21 – 26, 2019

 Academic Director:
Dr. Allen C. Guelzo
Henry R. Luce Professor of Civil War Era, History
Gettysburg College (PA)
Location: Valley Forge, Pennsylvania

Effective 3/17/19 — This program has a waiting list.

Abraham Lincoln, America’s 16th president, struggled to unite a country during the Civil War, and his fervent passion to keep the Union together came from one of this country’s founding documents, the Constitution. In one speech in 1858, Lincoln said, “Let us then turn this government back into the channel in which the framers of the Constitution originally placed it.” Many issues that Lincoln faced in his time, such as habeus corpus, secession and treason, still confront the nation today. Consideration of current constitutional conflicts will be addressed and examined.

“Guelzo is one of our most accomplished Civil War historians, and one of the country’s foremost Lincoln scholars. He is the first two-time winner of the Lincoln Prize—in 2000 for Abraham Lincoln: Redeemer President and in 2005 for Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation: The End of Slavery in America.”

Mackubin Thomas Owens, The Weekly Standard

Program features include:

  • Changes in American society brought about through constitutional conflicts from 1800-1865
  • Civil War challenges facing the United States, including secession, habeus corpus, treason, the 14th and 15th Amendments, and reconstruction
  • Understanding how modern-day constitutional conflicts are rooted in the same issues Lincoln faced as president
  • Five days of scholarly lectures and pedagogical discussions
  • Network with teachers from across the country


This statue stands at the entrance of the Medal of Honor Grove on campus.

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