Ideas for Teachers - May 2014
Websites and videos for additional study:
Gun-Free School Zones
Photo IDs for Voters
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Issue #1 - Gun-Free School Zones
Should Congress pass a law doing away with gun-free school zones?
- Do you think gun-free school zones make students safer or more vulnerable to attack?
- Would you feel safer if an adult at your school was trained to carry a firearm?
- List ways that would help reduce violence on school campuses.
Issue #2 - Photo IDs for Voters
Should voters be required to present a photo ID at the polls?
- Do you think a photo ID requirement would keep people from voting? If so, what would you do about that?
- Should the federal government help less capable citizens acquire photo ID documents?
- Do you think voters should have to prove they are U.S. citizens?
Results of last issue's poll
Should Congress do more to stop Russian aggression against Ukraine?
Should the American Gray Wolf be removed from the Endangered Species List?