National Student/Parent Mock Election

Subjects: Civics, Social Studies
Grade Levels: 6-8, 9-12
Source: Pearson Foundation

A digital initiative of the Pearson Foundation, the program builds on the 30-year history of the National Student/Parent Mock Election and My Voice, the leading program in student voice.  More than 50 million young voters have participated while learning the importance of using their own voice to share their perspectives on important issues.  National student voting begins October 25 and culminates on the National Mock Election day, November 1, in advance of the nation’s election.

More than 60 national civic, educational, and business organizations serve as cooperating organizations and partners.  Educators/teachers are encouraged to register their school, classes and students to take part and cast their ballots starting October 25.

National Student/Parent Mock Election

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