Using the presidential election in math lessons:

01/26/2012 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

This year's presidential campaign can be valuable in math classes. The writers of this blog suggest 10 strategies, including following the primaries, studying voting patterns, checking candidates' claims and exploring campaign finance records. Students also can study the mathematics of the electoral college, explore data from swing states and study candidates' tax plans.

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