As the results of the election sank in Nov. 5, teachers in high school classrooms across the nation found themselves debriefing a group of young people who are, by all accounts, more informed and civic-minded than any in recent memory, thanks largely to the internet, reports USA Today. "They're very intelligent, very engaged, very savvy," says Alex Koroknay-Palicz, executive director of the National Youth Rights Association, a nonprofit working to get states to lower the voting age to 16. "The internet has made them knowledgeable about many more things that are going on." To the students in Gil Stange's second-period

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