2017 We the People State Competition

Students from four Washington State High Schools participate in the 2017 We the People State Competition on the Capitol Campus in Olympia, WA.

Teach With TVW: Washington’s Governor

What are the roles and responsibilities of Washington's Governor? Learn about this statewide elected office with former WA Governor Christine Gregoire.

Runtime: 7:55 minutes Watch

Learn about other statewide elected offices

Capitol Classroom: Students Create Their Own Bills

During the 2016 session of the Washington State Legislature, students from Lake Washington High School participate in TVW’s Capitol Classroom program and testify in Olympia on two bills they created, both aimed at reducing the costs of college admission tests.

Runtime: 6 minutes Watch

Engaged Documentary: Mariachi Huenachi

Students in Wenatchee High School’s Mariachi Huenachi program confront the challenges of poverty, legal status and societal expectations as they strive for better lives for themselves and their families.

Runtime: 25 Minutes – Watch

Teach With TVW: Washington Capitol Press Corps

Current statehouse reporter Austin Jenkins and former reporter David Ammons discuss the history of the WA capitol press corps, the duties of a statehouse reporter, and the need for robust reporting in Olympia. Grade: 7-12, Runtime: 13 Minutes - Watch
Teach With TVW trains the next generation of Washington State citizens with hands-on civic ed programs and engaging video.

Teach With TVW Modules

Teach With TVW Modules
Teach With TVW Modules are video-based lessons designed to teach key aspects of Washington State civics and government.

Capitol Classroom

Capitol Classroom
In our experiential education program Capitol Classroom, students participate directly in the legislative process via TVW video connection.

Campaign Classroom

Campaign Classroom
Learn about statewide campaigns and elections with TVW's new interactive civic education program.