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Registration Fee: $75 / teacher; $350 / school (up to 10 subscriptions). Registration includes13 Teach the Election issues (available November 2015 - November 2016). Each issue includes original content, selected primary sources, and teaching suggestions, connecting our current election cycle to elections of the past. Registration also includes 7 Election Briefs - short and student-friendly resources to help students understand and engage with the election, including candidate bios, how-to guides, and in-depth explanations of election-related issues. 


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