As high school social studies teachers in a swing state, election season is some of the most fertile ground for learning, and this past cycle—with all its splashy and expensive political ads—proved no exception.

Our students are all in their mid teens, which means in the next presidential election, they will be eligible voters. With so much information (and misinformation) swirling around our students, it was imperative for us to teach them how to think critically about the political process in an unbiased, nonpartisan way, giving them the power to sift through the reams of information we’re...

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  • About the Author:

    Dr. Jenna Cramer is a secondary literacy coach, and Kristin Hubers is a high school social studies teacher at Lodi High School in Lodi, Wisconsin.