Educator Joins Bill of Rights Institute’s Teacher Council

Arlington, Virginia – The Bill of Rights Institute is proud to announce that Beth Feest has been selected out of over 300 applicants to serve on its 20-member teacher council for the 2019-2020 school year. She lives in Franksville, Wisconsin and has taught Social Studies and English at Kenosha Christian Life School since 1997. 

Beth Feest

Established in 1999, the Bill of Rights Institute is a non-profit educational organization that develops free and open educational resources and programs for a network of more than 50,000 middle and high school teachers of American history, civics and social studies.

The Bill of Rights Institute’s teacher council is an advisory panel of experienced social studies educators from across the United States who will provide biweekly feedback on the Institute’s resources and programs and assist the Institute’s staff with monthly curriculum-related writing and editing projects. Council members are also encouraged to share their experiences using Institute resources and programs on social media and with BRI’s staff.

Join us in congratulating Mrs. Feest!

To learn more about the Bill of Rights Institute, please contact Chris Janson at or (703) 662-9871.