Election content due Sep. 30!
That's right, we've entered the last TWO weeks for students to work on the following projects. It's not too late to work on them!
2022 U.S. Midterm Elections
What's on the Ballot?
Dozens of propositions will come before voters, alongside candidates for office. Prompt students to explore the issues on the ballot.
My (Voter) Registration Story
Over 8 million young voters are now eligible to vote in the midterms. What's it like for them to register for the first time in another consequential election cycle? What are the barriers?
"I'm Voting Because..." Rapid Response
Although the turnout of young voters tends to be low, a sizeable amount of young people may shape the outcome of elections in key battleground states and races. What's bringing them to the polls?
2022 Election Toolkit
There are more prompts for students to sink their teeth into, especially related to interviews. Prompt them to reach out to politicians or election workers for interviews.
Planning ahead? SRL still has evergreen and other open prompts with deadlines that aren't until next semester.
"Moments of Truth" Debut
Yesterday, SRL premiered Moments of Truth, an all-new digital series exploring misinformation and showcasing intergenerational conversations about facts, information, and truth. The first two episodes showcase young people talking with older generations about their journeys through conspiracy theories and back, while the third episode delves into the pervasive misinformation that seeps into ethnic minority communities. Check out the first three episodes, with more to come.
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