The state voted for Trump in November's election, marking the first time a Republican presidential candidate had won Wisconsin since Ronald Reagan in 1984.
By Todd Richmond, Associated Press
Teachers across the country continue to deal with a variety of emotional reactions from students following the presidential election. We asked teachers to provide us with some examples of how the election has impacted their instruction and how they approached…
By Victoria Pasquantonio
As election day approaches, here is a breakdown of some of the top voting concerns in key states.
By Christina A. Cassidy, Associated Press
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump differ sharply on climate change. One candidate's views would invite catastrophe, but the other's policy would not fair much better.
By David Biello
By Ryan Werenka
Assigning students to watch the presidential debates and discussing candidate's platforms have been fairly commonplace practices for most U.S. government and civics teachers -- until Election 2016. Ryan Werenka teaches AP U.S. government and economics in Michigan and says this…
By Madeline Will, Education Week
Teachers say they are struggling with how to teach an election cycle that has inflamed racial and ethnic tensions, sparked name-calling between the Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Democratic standard-bearer Hillary Clinton, and drawn stark lines between—and even within—the…
By PBS NewsHour
By Adelyn Baxter
The Student Reporting Labs team covered the Republican and Democratic National Conventions, exploring each host city to find a diverse range of youth perspectives on this year’s presidential race.
By Maya MacGuineas
It’s four months until Election Day, and neither of the presumptive nominees of the two major parties has a plan to reverse the growth of our record-high national debt.
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