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Policy vs Politics Invites Schools to Engage with Policy Education Program

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WHITEHOUSE, N.J. - Rezul -- Policy vs Politics, a leading advocate for civic education, is offering educators across America free access to their Policy Education Program. The program is comprised of resources including policy briefs, interactive modules, and even live zoom learning sessions hosted by political science researchers.

In today's world, understanding the intricacies of policy is more important than ever. Policy decisions shape the fabric of our society, influencing everything from healthcare and education to the environment and economic opportunity. The goal of the Policy Education Program is to prepare students for a future of civic engagement, while also boosting comprehension of political science subjects and increasing test scores. The materials cover a wide variety of topics, and can be utilized in numerous political science classrooms including but not limited to: US Government, US History, Civics, Economics, Political Science 101, AP/IB Government, AP/IB US History.

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The collection of program materials are produced by a team of undergraduate research interns and undergo rigorous review and refinement by subject matter experts and political science professors, including Research Lead Dr. William Bianco of Indiana University, Dr. Nate Birkhead of Kansas State University, Dr. Nicholas Clark of Susquehanna University, and Dr. Robert Holahan of Binghamton University.

Included in the program are:
  • Policy Briefs: Short-form, source-cited explanations of important policy topics.
  • Learning Modules: Multiple-choice questions, in-class exercises, and instructor notes that guide and facilitate seamless integration of policy materials into your teaching.
  • Zoom Sessions: We offer opportunities for Political Science professors to engage directly with students and facilitate discussions on many aspects of American politics. in the Policy Education
If you are an educator who is interested in exploring how our resources can enrich your classroom, please complete this short interest form. If you have any questions, reach out to william.b@policyvspolitics.org.

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The program materials are provided at no-cost thanks to the generosity of our donors. If you are interested in supporting this important initiative, donate at PolicyvsPolitics.org/donate.

Karine Eurdekian

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