Presidential resources for teachers
The Miller Center features a variety of content that can help teachers bring history alive for their students
Learn about our presidents
The Miller Center is the place to go to find information about all of the U.S. presidents. Each president's page includes carefully crafted essays by experts, quick facts, presidential speeches, interviews with scholars, relevant publications, and more.
Students can read detailed content about the presidents' lives before they came into office, their campaigns, the domestic and foreign issues they faced during their administrations, and their lasting legacy on American history.
Resources on historical events
Secret White House presidential recordings from one of our nation's most tumultuous years
Address at the World Economic Forum
In Davos, Switzerland, President Trump addresses the World Economic Forum, bringing his message of "America First" to the international gathering.
Abraham Lincoln's Inaugural Address
On March 4, 1861, President Lincoln attempted to reassure the Southern states that he would protect their interests regarding slavery
Bill Clinton's remarks on signing NAFTA
President Clinton discusses the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), which focused on trade between the United States, Canada, and Mexico
Interviews on current events
Is social media destroying democracy?
Siva Vaidhyanathan discusses his new book Antisocial Media: How Facebook Disconnects Us and Undermines Democracy.
What does it mean to be a conservative today? And where are conservative policies headed next—after the Trump era?