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Some instructors may be wondering about whether and how to talk with their students about the recent presidential election. If you do choose to engage students on this topic, or if your students bring it up, it is important to acknowledge the range of perspectives, opinions, and emotions that are likely to be present in your class. These resources on leading difficult discussions may help instructors to facilitate conversations in which students with diverse experiences and points of view can engage with and learn from one another. See also these suggestions for creating an inclusive climate in your classroom.

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