Curriculum Design


The First Amendment and human rights educators at 1791 Delegates draw upon the fields of education, law, and religious studies to social-learning communities.

  • Civic Education for a Common Good

    ReligionAndPublicLife.org is a social learning community based on the premise that religiously literate and legally literate professionals are uniquely positioned to promote the common good through civic educati...

  • Diversity and Inclusion Frameworks

    1791 Delegates, in partnership with its grantees, produce inclusive materials by and for diverse stakeholders, ensuring that the content at ReligionAndPublicLife.org is anti-oppressive, anti-racist, and honoring...

  • Educating in Age of Disruption

    The Social Context for Our Theory of Change Dr. Nathan C. Walker, June 9, 2020, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA Our world, our nation, is experiencing an unprecedented time of disruption and uncertainty....

  • Nonpartisan Civic Education

    1791 Delegates does not directly or indirectly participate or intervene in any political campaign on behalf of (or in opposition to) any candidate for elective public office. Our civic education programs do, how...

  • The WISE CAP Method

    The educational experiences at ReligionAndPublicLife.org are designed for adult learners to achieve measurable objectives by applying the WISE CAP method, a pedagogy developed by Dr. Nathan C. Walker. Students b...

  • Theory of Change

    Religious Literacy + Legal Literacy = Peaceful Coexistence 1791 Delegates produces educational content based on the theory of change that religiously literate and legally literate leaders are uniquely positi...

  • Theory of Change

    The Social Context for Our Theory of Change (part 2) Dr. Nathan C. Walker, June 9, 2020, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA I founded 1791 Delegates—a delegation of First Amendment and human rights educators...