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Constitution Day | September 17, 2015

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In less than a month, colleges and universities across the country will commemorate the signing of the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787.

Although educational institutions in the United States that receive federal funding must observe Constitution Day, the real reason we celebrate it is to memorialize the creation of our democracy. This annual holiday is a day to pause and reflect on the birth of our democracy and to consider how we continue to forge an ever more perfect union together.

And this post is a reminder that Constitution Day is coming up on Friday, September 17, 2015.

If you need a little inspiration and want to read what some of your ADP colleagues did last year to commemorate Constitution Day, check out this blog entry.

If you are in need of resources, please visit our ADP resource page on Constitution Day.

And finally, if you already know what you are doing, we would love to hear about it.

Please take just a moment to fill out this short survey about your plans.

With this information, we will create a summary of 2015 Constitution Day activities and events to share with ADP participants and friends. Your response will provide an invaluable contribution.

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