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Early Childhood and Lower School
It’s one of the most powerful jobs in the world! In this BrainPOP movie, Tim and Moby introduce you to what it means to be the President of the United States of America! (from Brain Pop)
Middle and Upper School
Compare 2020 Presidential Candidate Positions
A Side-by-Side Comparison Between Candidates on Key Issues. (from ProCon Britannica)
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I Side With
iSideWith.com was started in March 2012 by two friends with two very different views of politics. We are constantly finding and building new ways to boost voter engagement and education using information, data, and breaking technologies.
League of Women Voters
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On the Issues
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Fostering Civil Discourse: How Do We Talk About Issues That Matter?
The ideas and tools in this updated version of Fostering Civil Discourse: How Do We Talk About Issues That Matter? are designed to help you prepare your students to engage in civil discourse, whether you are teaching in-person, remotely, or transitioning between the two. (from Facing History.org - requires login)