Making politics personal for students

01/28/2008 | Sun-Sentinel (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.)

Helping students understand the real-world impact that election outcomes have on their lives, affecting such things as standardized testing, military recruiting and the future of Social Security, can spark their interest in the political process, says Jay Lowe, a middle-school U.S. history teacher.

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