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Second Avenue Launches Voters Ed 2018

Posted by Second Avenue Learning | Nov 7, 2018 2:33:29 PM

A Prediction Challenge map shows students predicting 191 electoral votes for Democrats, 192 for Republicans, and the rest a toss up.

Second Avenue Learning is excited to announce the release of Voters Ed 2018 on Wednesday, November 7th, 2018.

Designed to put the power of the pundits in educators’ hands, Voters Ed is a one-of-a-kind, award-winning program that gives students of all ages an unbiased look into the United States’ political history and the presidential election process.

Students can view historically accurate data from every United States presidential election dating back to the first election in 1789. While watching the country’s political landscape develop, users can explore key political issues, state and territory developments, and historic primary and poll data.

With the new 2018 release of Voters Ed, users now have access to a variety of new features.

In the Prediction Challenge, users can create a prediction map for the next election and enter a competition to see whose prediction are most accurate.

In Run Your Own Election, users can see which actual candidates the students in your school prefer, run your own class elections for student government, or even gather opinions on important questions.

In addition, Voters Ed 2018 contains animated videos explaining the electoral college and the primaries as well as updated lesson and technology integration plans, all tied to curricular standards across K-12 and College.

Civics Education is more important than ever before, and Voters Ed helps future voters understand their civic responsibilities and the importance of participating in the United States election process.

For more information or to purchase Voters Ed, visit


Topics: Apps, Voters Ed, Election 2018

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