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What To Look For: Education Indoctrination

Updated: Dec 30, 2021

FirstVoteNC Civics Indoctrination Sources

Kids Voting morphed into FirstVoteNC FirstVoteNC High school teachers: Engage your students in a simulated 2020 election with First Vote NC First Vote NC: Helping teach civic engagement in the classroom Designing a School-wide Election How to Vote and Why it Matters National, State and Local Elections: What’s the Difference? Local Elections Political Parties and Ideologies Role of Media in Elections The Role of Money in Elections The Results Are In! 2020 Census SECU Foundation. People Helping People Your Voice. Civics for the Next Generation. (Lessons) Institute for Emerging Issues: First Vote NC: Making Civic Engagement a “Habit” for Teens 11/11/2016: NC High School Students Vote in Big Numbers in First Vote NC’s Inaugural Statewide Simulation Election First Vote NC June 4 2020 webinar on Vimeo FirstVote on You Tube CUFA College & University Faculty Assembly: Position Statement on Social Studies and the Aftermath of the 2016 Election The Executive Board of the College and University Faculty Assembly of the National Council for the Social Studies “In the wake of a presidential election cycle that featured invective speech toward traditionally marginalized, oppressed, and under-represented citizens, the College and University Faculty Assembly (CUFA) of the National Council for Social Studies—the national organization of social studies education researchers, scholars, and teacher educators--calls on social studies K-12 educators and professors to reaffirm their commitment to an open and inclusive democracy through their instruction, curriculum and advocacy.” Teaching about the Election and Post-Election Resources (Lesson Plans) First Vote NC Generation Nation: 2016 Election Toolkit Returning to the Classroom after the Election Teaching in the Time of Trump (Articles & Reports) Benjamin Justice & Jason Stanley (2016). Teaching in the Time of Trump. Social Education, 88(1), 36-41. Southern Poverty Law Center (2016). The Trump Effect: The Impact of the Presidential Campaign on Our Nation’s Schools. Diana Mutz (2006). The Workplace as a Context for Cross Cutting Political Talk. The Journal of Politics. 68(1), 140-155. Discussing Trump with Children How to Discuss Donald Trump With Your Kids. Chicago Tribune. What to Say to Say to Kids on November 10 and Beyond. Teaching Tolerance. What should we tell our children Web-based Resources Campus Election Engagement Project Discussing Controversial Public Issues Institute for Democracy and Higher Education Southern Poverty Law Center Southern Poverty Law Center: Hate Map Speak Up for Civility Contract Teaching Trump 2.0 Syllabus. Public Books Zinn Education Project Educational Policies and the Trump Election Donald Trump and the Future of Education Trump Set to Shift Gears on Civil Rights, ESSA, Says a K-12 Transition-Team Leader Trump’s School Choice Opportunity Additional election resources can be added at: ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- North Carolina Center for Public Policy Research. Voting and Elections 3/22/19: A look at Re-Districting 11/9/18: How Did NC Youth Vote in the 2018 Midterms? 11/2/18: Six Constitutional Amendments Explained 11/2/18: Amendments Still a Mystery to Most Voters 11/2/18: Constitutional Amendments Explained By the Constitutional Amendments Publication Commission 11/17/17: The Youth Vote: What Do North Carolina’s Young People Think About Local Issues? 9/29/17: Why Trump Won 9/15/17: High School Teachers: First Vote NC Offers Free Curriculum and Local Election Simulation 9/18/17: First Vote NC: Getting Young People Engaged in Local Elections 7/21/17: Multi-winner voting: A New Path?


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