Lesson Plan Index

Until the election, this year's candidates will continue to travel the country to meet Americans and share their views about important issues. To help you stay up-to-date on the election, we've teamed up with USA TODAY Education to bring you classroom activities that correspond to important election events and political statistics. We'll keep adding new activities through Election Day, so come back frequently for the latest installments!

Classroom discussion questions for USA TODAY's top election news story for [an error occurred while processing this directive]

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For breaking news on the election front, head to USA TODAY Campaign 2000. Read through the latest headlines; participate in a political quiz; watch and listen to speech sound bytes; flip through the campaign photo gallery; and catch up on other stories in American politics. Kids, read an interview with Kirk Spitzer, a USA TODAY political reporter, or learn about political behavior and the media.

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