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September 13, 2016 -
7:00pm to 8:00pm

Are you looking for meaningful ways to bring the presidential election to life in social studies classrooms? This webinar will provide a framework for students to discuss controversial issues, connect national events to their daily lives, and ultimately engage in the civic process.

Webinar Fee: Complimentary

October 13, 2016 -
7:00pm to 8:00pm

During an election year, Americans are bombarded by various messages and images from candidates. In this webinar, participants will learn a new framework for interpreting political media through the lens of shared American values and the inherent tensions that exist between them. 



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