Learn, think, decide, and vote! Find lesson plans, resources, activities, and nonpartisan information about the candidates, issues, election, government, news, and more
Ever wonder what's most important to your government? Check out the budget! That's where government officials and policymakers work to establish funding priorities.
All about local government. Find out who's in charge and what they do!
Your Election 2016 Toolkit! Your source for Election 2016 resources and activities for K-12 teachers and students.
Video links, activities and resources for watching debates!
Do you know what a party platform is? A keynote? Find out here!
Watch the political conventions to learn about the candidates - and LOTS more!
Students read, think, decide, and take action in Election 2016
Learn about electoral college, find classroom activities, and download map!
Educational resources for Iowa Caucus
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What are the steps in a presidential election?
What is the President's job? How does the President get elected?
Visualize the path to the presidency with a handout and poster
Get ready to learn, think, decide, and act! Educates students about government, democracy, reading and analyzing info, the election process, making decisions, citizenship, and more!
Election Day's not the end of your role as an active citizen...it is the beginning!
Get ready to learn about elections, voting, government and more! Educates students about democracy, reading and analyzing info, the election process, making decisions, citizenship, and more!
Election 2013: after the vote. Voting's not the end of civic learning and participation - it is just the beginning!
Educates students about democracy, reading and analyzing information, the election process, making decisions, different levels of government, ways that citizens participate in political life, and more.
In 2013, the North Carolina General Assembly created and voted to approve new legislation about voting laws. In 2016, federal courts ruled that NC's Voter ID law is discriminatory.
Learning about Election 2013 issue: bonds
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