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Being counted, in both the 2020 election and the census, matters. Democracy matters. The pandemic needn’t stop us from teaching students how to participate civically in these and other ways! From now through the election, you can access  the “Stand Up and Be Counted” issue for free, along with all of the related online audio, and use the “read and comment” option available for each article. To access this free issue, please sign up here.



Racial discrimination in the U.S. is a 400-year-old problem that has recently exploded into public consciousness once again. All of our issues include a racial equity dimension, but the “Talking About Race” issue has especially strong resources for talking about race in the classroom. Thanks to some extra funding, we are making this issue FREE for a full year. To access it, please sign up here.

Our September 2020 issue includes powerful and moving articles by students reflecting on their experiences during the pandemic. To receive this forthcoming issue, please subscribe.

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Watch a FREE one-hour webinar about our new issue of The Change Agent on the pandemic. This issue is full of powerful, multi-level writings by students about how they are coping with the virus at home, in their communities, and at work. Activities and discussion questions aligned to the College and Career Readiness Standards make this classroom-ready, and our online features (including audio versions of articles) make this a great resource for distance learning. View here!

Big News: Starting with the “Pandemic” issue (#51), the magazine will be all online and we will no longer be offering printed copies. Recognizing the shift to distance learning, The Change Agent was already developing online activities. Now, we plan to make those even more robust and easy to use and access. We regret losing the print edition, and we know many of you and your students will miss it. But we are excited about next steps and new developments. Learn more here!

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