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Discussions Discussion Educational Games
Emily Nelsen, Dec. 12, 2011

WFP: World Food Programme has created a quiz that is funded by LG Electronics: “For every person who takes this short hunger quiz, a child will receive a warm meal thanks to an anonymous donor to WFP. Test your hunger IQ, then challenge your friends!”

If ever there was a online game to play this seems like a good one! It takes less than a minute!

Emily Nelsen
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  • Emily Nelsen Emily Nelsen Dec. 12, 2011
    Let me know if you complete this! Its such a great cause!

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Kamy Akhavan, Nov. 17, 2011

If you have not taken this “Find Your Match” presidential candidate quiz, then try it out. I got matched with Obama first and Bachmann last. Sounds about right. My wife got the same results. I guess we can stay married. How did you do?

Kamy Akhavan
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  • Ricky Burkhardt Ricky Burkhardt Nov. 18, 2011
    Ok. Obama topped the list (expected), but Johnson came in a stron second….uhm….who's he?
  • Camilla Pashar Camilla Pashar Nov. 18, 2011
    This worked for me. I recommend we cancel the campaigns, since it's a massive waste of money and time. Instead, everyone decides who to vote for using this quiz. In addition to this quiz, we hold 3 televised debates just so that the unintelligent candidates are exposed for being not smart enough to govern. The dumb ones shouldn't have the privilege of being included as an candidate option on the quiz.
  • Andrew P Andrew P Nov. 22, 2011
    I just pulled a reverse — I answered the opposite of what I think and I got Bachmann/Gingrich, neck and neck.
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Discussions Discussion Center for Civic Education NEWS
Mark Gage, Nov. 10, 2011

Want to learn about the civil rights movement? Over the next few weeks 60-Second Civics, the daily podcast of the Center for Civic Education, will be exploring the history of the civil rights movement and the struggle for equal rights. Visitors to the podcast’s website can also take the Daily Civics Quiz to test their knowledge. 60-Second Civics has been on the air since 2009 and is now nearing its 900th episode. Used by teachers nationwide, the podcast and quiz make an ideal warmup activity for social studies, U.S. government, and American history classrooms.


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