In the 2012 election, how will parents be voting? We found out by talking to a roundtable of parents with diverse opinions, surveying parents on their political views, and even talking to kids on what they think of politics.
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The current batch of Republican primary candidates sound more like Papa than president
PBS KIDS' "Democracy Project"
Public programming that helps kids understand the 2012 presidential election
Debate Recap: Mitt Romney "Wins", Women Lose
Obama and Romney squared off for the first of the 2012 presidential debates—but never discussed reproductive rights or other women's issues.
Kids Weigh In
We crash a Brooklyn block party to find out what kids really think of the election. Watch the adorable results here
Romney at Education Nation
What Mitt Romney had to say at this year's public education summit – and how Twitter responded
How Parents Are Voting
Having kids totally changes the way we view political issues. With the help of NBC News and a group of opinionated moms and dads, we find out exactly how
No Time To Keep Up
Being a new mom demands all my attention. How am I supposed to know what's going on in the news?
Bill Nye vs. Creationism
What happens when a popular science show host posts a video titled "Creationism Is Not Appropriate For Children."
Common Core Standard: Here to Stay
What you need to know about the educational standards that determine what your child learns
A 17-Year-Old Education Activist
In his new book, One Size Does Not Fit All, Nikhil Goyal passionately advocates for education reform
Obama at Education Nation
Twitter responds to the president's pre-taped remarks at a day devoted to education
Meet 'Kid President'
This diminutive diplomat has danced his way into our hearts with his smooth moves
Live Tweeting the Debate
Some of our favorite debate night tweets from our community of editors, reporters and readers
Video: Would Your Let Your Kid Join the Military?
Parents weigh in on whether they'd let their own kids join
Video: Parents Talk About Education Policy
Why education is the number one political issue for some parents
Fun Election Apps for Kids
Kids will enjoy learning about the election process and past presidents with these two apps