Justice's video game teaches students about court system

06/4/2008 | MSNBC

Sandra Day O'Connor, 78, America's first female Supreme Court justice who retired from her post in 2006, has helped develop an upcoming educational video game about the U.S. court system to be available for free online. One part of the game is designed to supplement seventh- to ninth-grade civics lessons, while the second segment is meant to be played during children's free time. O'Connor said the gaming site will feature some material in September and that it should be fully operational a year later.

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