RAISE the Vote: Resources to Amplify and Increase Student Engagement

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RAISE the Vote is APSA's nonpartisan initiative to provide political science faculty with the tools needed to effectively encourage student registration, voting, and democratic engagement. In this special collection civic instructors can find resources that:

  1. Provide concrete steps and best practices that faculty can use in the classroom and on-campus to encourage student engagement.
  2. Highlight the research, teaching, and service of political scientists related to civic engagement and voting, and encourage faculty to use these resources in their classrooms.

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