If you're looking for a law, bill, government policy, Presidential speech, or any federal pronouncement or agency document, here's a great way to do so:
Step 1: Type in DuckDuckGo never again education act site:.gov to find government sites that most likely have the full text of the law
Step 2: Find the law among your results. Tip: Congress.gov is often your best bet.
If you're looking for a primary source concerning a notable education thinker or leader, see if that person has written a book on the subject. That's a primary source too.
Step 1: To find books by Dewey, do an AUTHOR search in a library catalog. Put last name, comma first.
Step 2: Choose your person from the list. Tip: You may need to know when that person lived to identify the correct individual.
Step 2: If you don't see it in your results, try adding site:.gov to your search.
Step 3: If you still can't find it, you may need to use the library's database, Nexis Uni. Ask a Librarian for assistance--we'd be happy to help.
Try these sources for news, and don't forget public libraries after you graduate:
Sites for additional primary sources, including letters, images, books, and other materials from these free resources: