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Teachers, administrators, all school staff, students, and parents play an important role in helping our school communities make their voices heard in every election. Whatever role you play in your school, you can lead important efforts to guide students and parents in registering to vote. Are you in? Here’s how to get started:

 

STEP 1: Sign up your school right here. We will provide trainings and resources along the way.

STEP 2: Download the Action Plan and watch the training video below.

STEP 3: Start registering! 

STEP 4: Don’t forget to tell us how you are doing.

Teachers in every grade and subject have the opportunity to facilitate conversations with their students about the importance of participation in our democracy. Students have the opportunity to lead their peers in registering to vote. Together, you can turn your school into a hub for voter action. Read the toolkit here to learn how to build a voter registration program.

Included this toolkit:

  • Action Plan (Focused on registering HS seniors and parents) + worksheet
  • Best Practices at the HS level
  • Lesson Plans around voting/civic engagement
Download our Toolkit with Action Plan

Educators in elementary and middle schools have the unique opportunity to facilitate conversations with parents about the importance of registering to vote. You can lead parents in registering to vote right in your school during enrollment periods or open school nights. And this is a great opportunity to include young students in the process! Check out the toolkit here to learn how to build a voter registration program.

Included in this toolkit:

  • Action Plan (Focused on registering parents in K-8 schools) + worksheet
  • Best Practices at the K-8 level
  • Lesson Plans around voting/civic engagement
Download our Toolkit with Action Plan

Voter Registration Guides

After you have built your plan and created your events, check out our voter registration guide when you are ready to register.

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When I was a freshman in high school, my social studies teacher taught me and my classmates that we should use our voices and our actions to be the change we wish to see in the world. Eight years later, as a high school social studies teacher myself, I am trying to instill that same belief in my students. That’s why I led the effort in my school with When We All Vote to encourage my students to register and vote.

Pranav Nanda Kansas City, MO

Partners

All of the material that When We All Vote has provided is strictly nonpartisan and has been developed in close coordination with other nonpartisan non-profit organizations.

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