The New York Times has featured a great article that provides educators with 10 great resources for teaching the Election 2012 through the scope of mathematics. Topics include funding, polling and projection data, taxation and representation.

One of my favorite tools on the list is this great, interactive Electoral Map that details each states polling habits as well as predictions for the upcoming election:

Check out these great math resources at NYT and let me know how they work in your classroom!

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