''Study.com Survey Says'' polled teachers, students and parents in October on the leading issues in education during COVID. These results showed where there are teaching and learning deficiencies amongst K-12 subjects. Continue reading for more insights.
Education & The Elections
Every election season, Study.com sees an increase in interest in our election curriculum and teaching resource, so we set out to learn more about teachers, students and parents election knowledge. The survey revealed little agreement about who is responsible for educating the country's students about the election process.
Study.com has compiled free resources created by our experts to help teachers during the election season:
- The Teacher's Guide to the U.S. Election
- The Teacher's Guide to the U.S. Election: Election Activities
- The Teacher's Guide to the U.S. Election: Teaching ESL Students About the Elections
Teachers can also use these video lessons to help their students learn about the elections:
- The U.S. Presidential Election: History, Process & Evolution
- The Electoral College: Definition & Process
- What is a Popular Vote? - Definition & Overview
Study.com Survey Says is a monthly research project conducted by Study.com to provide regular snapshots of teachers, parents and students' perspectives on the world of learning. Study.com Survey Says research surveyed 231 K-12 teachers, 201 K-12 students and 146 parents from October 1-5, 2020 to examine topical issues related to education, election knowledge and the COVID Learning Cliff.