APSA's Teaching & Learning Library Resource

Welcome! Educate is APSA's digital library for political science teaching and learning materials. Our library resources are available without cost. Materials were submitted by APSA members, partner associations and organizations, or solicited by APSA staff. This initiative was launched and supported by APSA President Rogers M. Smith's Special Task Force on New Partnerships.

We thank the Ivywood Foundation for its generous support making Educate possible.

APSA’s webinar series provides political science experts with a platform to discuss breaking news and current events from unique disciplinary perspectives so other scholar-educators and members of the public are better prepared to incorporate these events and issues into their own classroom and community. “Strategies for Teaching Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health Organization” spotlights political science scholars engaging with reproductive rights and access from a variety of perspectives.

APSA's Teaching & Learning program brought fifteen political science educators together in March 2022 to workshop the American Government and Politics undergraduate course.

Teaching Race, Ethnicity and Politics

APSA's Teaching & Learning program brought together twelve political science educators together in April 2022 to workshop the Race, Ethnicity, and Politics undergraduate course.

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Political Science Educator

APSA's Political Science Education Organized Section Newsletter
Fall 2022, Volume 26, Issue One

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Collaborate with students and faculty across instructions by sharing accessible political science teaching and learning materials primarily geared toward the undergraduate level.

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