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Election 2016: Campaigns, Candidates, and Voting

February 10, 2016

Today marks my 200th post for this blog. Thanks to all my followers for your support!

While I can’t say I have enjoyed the campaigns and the never-ending media coverage so far, I must admit it has been and continues to be a VERY interesting election year. As classroom teachers, it is our responsibility to remain unbiased and give our students the opportunity to learn about the election Your_Vote_Counts_Badgeprocess in a safe and neutral classroom environment. Below are some resources for teaching about the primaries, debates, campaigns, candidates, and the 2016 Election. Remember to keep your opinions private and let your students explore and make  their own informed decisions. Most importantly teach your students the importance of voting and the importance of active and responsible citizenship in a democracy.

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