Using the presidential primaries to teach civics

The competitive Republican presidential primaries are offering numerous opportunities for educators to teach civics lessons to their students. One K-5 social-studies teacher in New York City finds age-appropriate election resources on Time Magazine for Kids, while a special educator has crafted a curriculum that has one of her students mapping and tallying the results of the primary contests.

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