After a difficult election in 2016 saw a rise in racist bullying and classroom incivility, schools have taken steps to structure more productive conversations about politics and hope that they will help increase civic literacy for high school students.
SOURCE: Chronicle of Higher Education
Anne Berg, historian of European nationalism, discusses how she conducted her class meetings on November 4 as the presidential election remained undecided.
SOURCE: School Library Journal
School Library Journal recommends history and civics podcasts for kids.
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