President Johnson speaks with a young boy while visiting the Wellhausen School in Cotulla, Texas.

Did you know?

LBJ signed 60 education bills during his presidency, including the Elementary and Secondary Education Act and the Higher Education Act.

The library, led by our education department, carries on that legacy every day through the nearly 11,000 students (and their teachers and school educators) that visit and participate in our educational programming and activities yearly.

Image of tour guide speaking to students during a tour at the LBJ Library

Field Trips

Students, school staff, and chaperones are all welcome to book a tour and learn about President Johnson’s legacy.
Close up of a laptop computer with an LBJ-related PowerPoint presentation on the screen.

Curriculum Resources

LBJ's presidency included many critical historical moments. See what parts you can share in your classroom using our lesson plans and curricula.
On Wednesday, May 4th, the LBJ Library hosted an Educator Appreciation Night to honor educators for their hard work and "Can Do" spirit over the past two years.

Events and Programming

From theatre performances to educator workshops, the library hosts events and programming throughout the year for you and your students.

Our Sponsors

Presenting Sponsor

"We have always believed that our people can stand on no higher ground than the school ground, or can enter any more hopeful room than the classroom."

President Lyndon B. Johnson
Sept. 23, 1965
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Friends of the LBJ Library

When you become a member of the Friends of the LBJ Library, you'll be making an important contribution to the library's mission -- and to our community. You will also get special access to events.