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A Presidential election year always brings extra teaching opportunities. We are here to help with new curriculum, timely infographics, blogs, and activities to keep your students engaged and informed through November and beyond.
Our NEW, fully reimagined Cast Your Vote game is live
Use the new game to teach young voters, and soon-to-be voters, how to research candidates and issues ahead of Election Day.
Did you notice a change?
There's nothing wrong with your computer! In response to user requests, we've started separating teacher and student docs in our lesson plans to help teachers better facilitate remote learning. Read about the change in this month's blog.
You Can Count On Us
We're releasing two NEW resources just in time for the decennial census in April. Use our lesson plan and printable infographic to "plug into" what the census is and why it's so important to participate.
The 2020 census is here, and we've got resources to help you seize this teachable moment. Share our lesson or infographic with students and encourage families to participate in an accurate count. Don't miss this once-in-a-ten-year moment with your kids.
There's No Place Like Home
Remind your students that government matters closest to home with our State and Local Government unit. Let us help you teach federalism, your state constitution, county structure, and more with resources available at the middle and high school levels!
You've Got the Power
Don't miss your chance to play the newly upgraded Branches of Power. With more than 5 million gameplays, students get to do something no one else can do: Control all three branches of the U.S. government!