U.S. Electoral College Teaching Resources (National Archives)
The Electoral College Debate
What’s the Deal with the Electoral College?
USG.3.17 Explain the organization of state and local governments in Indiana and analyze how they affect the lives of citizens.
Let’s Talk Politics (Indiana Chamber of Commerce)
USG.3.18 Identify the role and development of special interest groups in politics and explain their impact on the development of state and local public policy. (Economics; History; Individuals, Society and Culture)
USG.3.19 Identify the historical significance of and analyze decisions by the United States Supreme Court about the constitutional principles of separation of powers and checks and balances in such landmark cases as Marbury v. Madison (1803), Baker v. Carr (1962), United States v. Nixon (1974), Clinton v. City of New York (1998) and Bush v. Gore (2000).
USG.3.20 Identify the historical significance of and analyze decisions by the United States Supreme Court about the constitutional principle of federalism in cases such as McCulloch v. Maryland (1819), Alden v. Maine (1999) and the denial of certiorari for the Terri Schiavo case (2005). (History; Individuals, Society and Culture)