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Decision2016: 50 NonPartisan Ways To Teach Your Children about Civics

The US presidential election is heating up and I must say it is quite a bizarre spectacle but I want to reaming non-partisan in this space so I’ll just repost a fave post I put a while back of 50 ways that parents and inspire their children to be more civic-minded and become more aware... Read More »
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