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Should your family pay a fee to use the neighborhood park? Should the local swimming pool stay open to the public in the wintertime? Your parents and neighbors help community leaders make decisions like these all the time. How? Voting! Use this site to learn about this important right.

This curriculum has been designed to be printed from our website and copied as needed for your classroom.  Enjoy selecting the lessons that you like and sharing them with your class!

Objective: Empower Vermont students to vote and lead them through the process.

1. Fairness and Diversity with One Vote for Teacher for Student Standards
2. Success of Your Community is in the Voters' Hands for Teacher for Student Standards
3. Many Good Ideas, But Only One Vote for Teacher for Student Standards
4. Citizen Impact and the Effect on the Community for Teacher for Student Standards
5. Looking Back but Stepping Forward for Teacher for Student Standards
 

 

 

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