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Election Edge 2020

Take the mystery and complexity out of the United States Presidential election process. Tackle tricky topics such as the electoral college and the primary system without the political agendas. Predict election outcomes without dealing with politically charged advertisements in the classroom. Whether you teach elementary or high school, Election Edge brings the Presidential election system to life right in your classroom.


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ElectionEdge_Hands on Access
Hands on access to how every US President was elected
ElectionEdge_Bring US History to Life
Bring U.S. History to life with virtual time travel to experience how the political landscape developed
ElectionEdge_Make sense of the Electoral College
Make sense of the Electoral College vs. the popular vote in our election outcomes
ElectionEdge_Investigate the Driving Forces
Investigate the driving forces behind each election in history and today
ElectionEdge_Track and forecast
Track and forecast the upcoming presidential election using the latest polls and primary results
ElectionEdge_Run your Own Election
Run your own election!
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What you get when you buy Election Edge

  • Teacher guides, lesson plans, worksheets, and activity guides
  • Correlations to Common Core State and NCSS standards
  • Age-appropriate content tailored to your students' grade level
  • Online technical support

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"My students are very conscious of current events and want to be informed about what's going on in our government. Election Edge has helped them achieve those goals."

Teacher, Pittsford Mendon High School

“Election Edge has played a significant role in my students’ development and understanding of citizenship. When teaching civics, I want students to realize that they have a voice… and my hope is that they learn to use it well.”

4th Grade Teacher, Woodrow Wilson Elementary School

“Election Edge has been a nice complement to what I’ve been doing with election teaching, and I plan on developing historical election lessons to use in different eras in American history.”

Teacher, Pittsford Mendon High School