July 20, 2017

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Informing the Future Electorate | Mix It Up

Vetted websites and apps to help children understand the election process, stay up-to-date on kid-relevant issues, and even participate in their own mock vote.

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ICivics Upgrades “Win the White House” Game

A popular, interactive, and nonpartisan game that engages kids in the electoral process has been revamped.

Civic-Minded Students Can Win Trip to DC with PBS

As the presidential primaries continue, kids can learn about the election process through a poster competition.

Newsela and Rock the Vote’s “Students Vote 16” Prompts Engagement

The new classroom program aims to get kids involved in the election process by holding mock elections, reading relevant news, and gaining a better understanding of civic procedure.