High School U.S. Government
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In high school, students broaden their ideas about citizenship as they learn the workings of their national and local governments. The parent resources for high school government can help you understand what your teens should be learning, and help you stay engaged in their education as they mature into productive members of society.
- One of the best ways to help your teen is to ask the teacher what the class is studying and supplement those subjects at home with help from the sites recommended below.
- High school is a great time to participate politically with your teenagers as they gain a greater understanding of how your national, state and local governments work. For ideas on how to become more active and put their newfound knowledge into practice, browse the findingDulcinea Political Activism Web Guide.
- If you’re homeschooling your children, you may find the “Teaching Resources for High School Government” section of this Web guide more relevant. For many more Web sites that can help you with homeschooling in a variety of ways, see our findingDulcinea Homeschooling Web Guide.