U.S. schools prepare to celebrate Constitution Day
Byrd, a history buff known for keeping a copy of the Constitution in his pocket at all times, sought to focus attention on a little known date in American history - Sept. 17, 1787, the day the Constitution was signed.
Since the holiday this year would fall on a Saturday, schools were given a two-week window in which to observe Constitution Day.
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